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Stephen Sawyer, James Reese, Holly Gurney, 

Keith Tannenbaum, Roland Davis, Erin Foster 

ZsiGA, Carmita McCoy, Keith 

Tannenbaum, Marylyn Scott, Sara Noyes, 

Carrie Murphey 



AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES 

Marcus Bruce, Charles Carnegie, Dale Chapman, 

Balthasar Fra-Molinero, Sue Houchins, Hilmar 

Jensen, William Pope L., Mary Rice-DeFosse, 

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AMERICAN CULTURAL STUDIES 



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Marcus Bruce, Charles Carnegie, Margaret 
Creighton, Dale Chapman, Balthasar Fra- 
Molinero, Sue Houchins, Hilmar Jensen, William 
Pope L, Mary Rice-DeFosse, Carole Anne Taylor 




Natalie Williamson, Heather Perreault, Ed 

Plourde, Heather Ward, Susan Dionne, Kelsey 

PuRiNTON, Sandy Collins 




Wayne Zimmerman, Terry Baiuargeon, Kathleen Arsenault, 

Jennifer Richard, Kelly Kerner, Eileen Belleau, Lysanne Doucette, 

Susan Michel, Molly Bass, Alli Lambert, Christina Wellington 

Traister, Aislinn Hougham, Beth Sheppard, Todd 

Nicholson, Melody Beaulieu, Stephanie Dumont 



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Kristen Balka, Oscar Cancio, Jared Cash, Kristen 

Crosby, Johanna Farrar, Karen Konthe, Luis 

Martinez, Carmita McCoy, Marylyn Scott, Leigh 

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Carmen Purdy, Camille Hazeuf 




Bruce Bourque, Charles Carnegie, Loring 

Danforth, Elizabeth Eames, Kristy Feldhousen- 

GiLES, Steven Kemper, Heather Lindkvist 




Helen Boucher, Misa Chihara, Gina Fatone, 
Dennis Grafflin, Atsuko Hirai, Ziran Huang, Li- 
Ping MiAO, Trian Nguyen, Keiko Ufugi, Jesse 
Palmer, Sarah Strong, Shuhui Yang, Luixi Zhang 



ART AND VISUAL CULTURE 

AiMEE Bessire, Rebecca Corrie, Robert Feintuch, Ed 

Harwood, Paul Heroux, Pamela Johnson, Penelope 

Jones, Elke Morris, Trian Nguyen, Joseph Nicoletti, 

Erica Rand 



BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 

Lee Abrahamson, Pamela Baker, Glen Lawson, 
Paula Schlax, Beth Whalon 




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Baker, Ronald Barry Jr., Ryan Bavis, Mary Hughes, 

Sharon Kinsman, Nancy Kleckner, Carolyn Lawson, 

Karen Palin, Stephanie Richards, Tina Rioux, Sonya 

Roderick, Rebecca Sommer, Robert Thomas, Beth whalen 




Phyllis Jensen, Bryan McNulty, Doug Hubley, 

Andy Walter, Carol Wyse Ricker, Jay Burns, 

Camille Buch, Tammy Ray Caron, Chris 

BouRNAKis, Jay Collier 




David Aschauer, Barry Farber, James Hughes, 

Daniel Crichton-Riera, Lynne Lewis, Margaret 

Maurer-Fazio, Michael Murray, George 

Perkins, Carl Schwinn, Nathan Tefft 



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Thomas FHayward, Margaret Imber, Michael Jones, 
Lisa Maurizio, Dolores O'FHiggins, FHenry Walker 



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Christine Schwartz, Donald Desrosiers, Cheryl Lacey, 

Nelson Pray, Ken Smith jr., David Perreault, John Piper, 

Marcel Deshaine, John Doyle, Marcia Alexander, Michael 

Whitney, Elaine Dumont, Dan Brochu, Aaron Lord, Owen 

Keene, Thoune, Thongsavanh, Keith Pray 



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Patricia Buck, Anita Charles, FJelen Regan, 
Bronwyn Sale, Anne Dodd 



CHEMISTRY 

Rachel Austin, Mary Brushwein, Lorna Clark, 

Matthevv/ Cote, Joshua LHenry, Jennifer Koviach- 

CoTE, T. Glen Lawson, Paula Schlax, Thomas 

Wenzel, Beth Whalon 



HISTORY 

■ Robert Bunselmeyer, John Cole, Margaret 
Creighton, Dennis Grafflin, Joseph Hall Jr., 
Atsuko Hirai, Hilmar Jensen, Michael Jones, 
Karen Melvin 




Steven Dillon, Robert Farnsworth, Sylvia Federico, 

Sanford Freeman, Michael FHanrahan, Christina 

Malcomson, Lillian Nayder, Eden Osucha, Timothy 

Robinson, Lavina Shankar, Carol Taylor, 

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Jane Costlow, FHolly Ewing, Lynne Lewis, Camille 

Parish, Sonja Pieck, Jonathan Skinner, Rebecca 

SoMMER, Tom Wenzel 




Laura Balladur, Alexandre Dauge-Roth, Kirk Read, 
Mary Rice-DeFosse 



Bev Johnson, John Creasy, Dyk Eusden, Mike 
Retelle, Marita Bryant, Gene Clough 




Dennis Browne, Jane Costlow, Craig Decker, 

Fanny-Lynne Isensee, Raluca Cernahoschi- 

Condurateanu, Natalia Kudinova, Gerda Neu- 

SoKOL, Dennis Sweet 



PHILOSOPHY 

Lauren Ashwell, David Cummiskey, David Kole 

Mark Okrent, William Seeley, Susan Stark, 

Thomas Tracy 



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David Scobey, Brenda Pelletier, HIolly Lasagna, 

Marty Deshaines, Peggy Rotundo, Kristen 

Cloutier, Ellen Alcorn Laura Sewall 



PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY 

Lillian Childress, Gene Clough, FHong Lin, 

Nathan Lundblad, Mark Semon, John Smedley, 

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MCCUSKER, SARAH POTTER, PHYLLIS WISHER 




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Mary Main, Pat Brann, Jim Guzelian, Dot 

Letourneau, Mike Millken, Ken Emerson, Shirley 

Govindasamy, Melani McGuire, Amie Parker, Ray 

Potter, Brenda Sawyer, Heather Taylor 




Gene Wiemers, Kat Stefko, Julie Retelle, Laura Jurasa 

OHN Harrison, Andrew White, Eileen Zimmerman, Jim 

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Scott Balcomb, Meredith Greer, Grace 

CouLOMBE, David Haines, Meinda Harder, 

Pallavi Jayawant, Chip Ross, Bonnie Shulman, 

Eric Towne, Jonathan Webster, Peter Wong 




Bill Blaine Wallace, Emily Wright Timko, Martha 

Deshaines, DonaldSmith, Mathieu Rochette, Hillel 

Katzir, Kathryn Davis, RezaJalali 



POLITICS 

AsLAUG Asgeirsdottir, John Baughman, William 

CoRLETT, Leslie Hill, Eric Hooglund, Leila Kawar, Mark 

Kessler, Arlene MacLeod, Clarisa Perez Armendariz, 

Melinda Plastas, James Richter, Ganesh Trichur 



PSYCHOLOGY 

Helen Boucher, Amy Douglass, Todd Kahan, John Kelsey, 

Nancy Koven, Susan Langdon, Kathryn Low, Katherine 

Mathis, Georgia Nigro, Brian Pfohl, Michael Sargent, 

Krista Scottham 




Dale Chapman, John Corrie, Gina Fatone, 

Frank Glazer, William Matthews, FHiroya 

Miura, James Parakilas, Thomas Snow, Jennifer 

Woodruff 




John Kelsey, Nancy Kleckner, Nancy Koven, 
Tina Rioux 




AmyJaffe, FJillary Verrill, Karen Daigler, Lucy 

Ward, Nancy Gibson, Sue Cook, 

Susan Moore 




Beverly Carter, Paul Dumais, Laurie FJenderson, Ed 

Jawor, Pauline Keneborus, Sherry Levette, 

David Moore 




Brett AiEN Erica Baptiste, /viartin (jenes, ja^on Box, Peter Casares, Rogan 

CoNNEU, Nicolas Cormier, Patrick Cosouer, MAnHEW Dence, Albert Fereshetian 

Jr., Carla Flaherty, Nancy Foudnier, Jonathan Furbush, Paul Gastonguay, Marsha 

Graef, Thomas Gunak, Mark Harriman, Jay Hartshorn, Winifred Hohlt, 

Christopher Kempton, Carolyn King, Peter Lasagna, Gwen Lexgton, Daniel 

loMAN, Devin McHugh, Dana Mulholland, James Murphy, George Purgavie, 

MoLLiE Schweigert, Peter Steenstra, Rick Supinski, Ed Thompson, Stephanie 

Towsend, Michael Vervinne, Kevin Warnock, Daryle Weiss, Rebecca Woods 




Dan Nein, Pam Wichroski, Bob Leavih, Linda Carter, Joy Griffiths, 

Joan FHouston, Bill St. Pierre, Peter Anderson, Paul Farnsworth, 

Mike Gustin, John Rasmussen, Tim Chouinard,Bob Corneau, Alan 

Kelley, Greg LaCroix, Dan Sands, John Snyder, John Snyder, John 

Griffiths, Bill Bergevin, Ray Garneau, Virginia Sturgis, Denny 

TuRCOHE, Ron McBride, David Larrabee, Julie Rosenbach 



SOCIOLOGY 

Matthew Archibald, FHeidi Chirayath, Francesco 
Duina, Emily Kane, Sawyer Sylvester Jr. 



WOMEN AND GENDER STUDIES 

Patricia Buck, Holly Ewing, Meredith Greer, 

Rebecca Herzig, Leslie Hill, Sue Houchins, Emily 

Kane, Melinda Plastas, Erica Rand 



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Susan Schomburg, Carl Straub, John Strong, 

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Thomas Carey, Ron Lessard, Paul Menice, Dennis Paquin, John 

Heutz, Mike Voisine, Dennis Skinner, Ron Hutchinson, Chris 

Howe , Rick Miller, Adam Mayo, Ryan Lebrun, Mike Thomas, Tim 

BiAKE, Craig Chicoine, John Mover, Mike Mover, Marv 

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Bates Student Employment Opportunities, On 
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Claudia Aburto Guzman, Baltasar Fra-Molinero, David 
George Jr., Francisca Lopez, Maria Ortiz 




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Terry Beckmann, Ned Carr, Sandra Collins, Susan Dionne, 

Douglas Ginevan, FHeather Libby, FHeather Perreault, Edouard 

Plourde, Kelsey Purinton, Claire Schmoll, Natalie 

Williamson 



HEALTH CENTER 



MATH AND STATISTICS WORKSHOP 



Margaret DaRos, Doris Ducharme, Andrea Eusden, Eric Griffey, Betty 

Kennedy, Karen Legere, Margaret Leonard, James McDonough, Linda 

Meier, Wayne Moody, Donna Morin, Carole Quinn, Eleanor 

Schneid, Katrine Scholl, June Thornton-Marsh, Christy Tisdale, 

Adelaide Trafton, Bernard Vigna, Cynthia Visbaras 



Grace Coulombe 




Martin Andrucki, Paul Kuritz, Christine 

McDowell, Justin Moriarty, Kathleen Peters, 

William Pope L., Michael Reidy, Katalin Vecsey, 

Stephanie Kelley-Romano, Charles Nero, 

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Hillary Oakes, Patricia Hager, Michelle Pavitt, 

Susan Pelletier, Seri Lowell, Richard Wile, 

Joanne Cole 



MULTICULTURAL CENTER 

CzERNY Brasuell, Tonya Taylor 



OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

SHANNA BRUNO, HEATHER BUMPS, ELAINE HANSEN, 

LESLIE HILL, WILLIAM HISS, SUSANN PELLETIER, 

KATHARINE STEVENS 



SUSTAINABLE BATES 

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Women's Soccer 




"This season was full of highs and 
lows as it is in the game of soccer. but 

after our last win against colby, 

between all 25 of us on the roster, we 

can only remember our successes and 

that says a lot about a team." 

-Captain Jen Morse 



Bates vs. Conn. College 3-1 W 

Bates vs. Bowdoin 0-4 L 

Bates vs. Trinity 0-2 L 

Bates vs. Tufts 0-3 L 

Bates vs. Williams 1-2 L 

Bates vs. Amherst 0-2 L 

Bates vs. Wesleyan 1-2 L (OT) 

Bates vs. Middlebury o-i L 

Bates vs. Colby 1-0 W 





Back Row; E. Moody, C. Talcott, M. Poore, T. Tobin, S. Alper, J. Cincoha, C. Graves, L. Curran, B. Arens. 

Middle Row: A. Flanagan, A. Sirianni, M. Barstow, J. Heiges, A. Vandeventer, S. Rose, K. Suvak, J. Easton, J. Brallier, L. Dobish, K. Webster. 

Front Row: K, Boyle, S. Kwoh, Captian J. Morse, Captain A. Pierce, Captain R. Fades, A. Burns. 

Coaches: Carla Flaherty, Jim Murphy, & Denny Bourgoin. 



Men's Soccer 



Bates vs. Conn. College o-l L 

Bates vs. Bowdoin 0-4 L 

Bates vs. Trinity O-l L (OT) 

Bates vs. Tufts 0-0 T (2OT) 

Bates vs. Williams 0-4 L 

Bates vs. Wesleyan 0-2 L 

Bates vs. Amherst 0-3 L 

Bates vs. Middlebury 1-3 L 

Bates vs. Colby O-l L 





"Though results were hard to come by, 

WE played hard throughout the 

SEASON. Injuries were common, and 

PREVENTED US FROM EVER HAVING A FULL 

souAD. There is hope for next year with 

lots of up AND COMING YOUNG TALENT 

that is sure to lead the team back to 

the playoffs." 

-Captain Patrick King 



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Back Row: D. Ro Ltt, A. Haneila, N. Bakkon, k. ivukch, b. Ferenczi.J. Mukhhy, i, \-jvj\fif-v vn 

Fhird Row: B. Trook, Captain P. King, Captain J. Lobozzo, P. Litwin, R. Friedlander. 

Second Row: C. Okano, T. Mehegan, J. Woelfel, G. Wagner, B. Kitendaugh, P. Jackson, C. LaBrecque, T. Dewdney, E. Hirshberg, A. Taylor. 

-RONT Row: K. Alexander, G. Watts, B. Goldberg. 

loACHEs: George Purgavie, Seth Johnson, s, Colin Minte. 



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"Although the 2009 Bobcats did not 

achieve the goals that we were hoping 

to this season, we helped to change 

the attitude of the team which will help 

to propel the program to greatness in 

the coming years." 

-Captain Tommy Beaton 




Bates vs. Trinity 14-35 L 

Bates vs. Tufts 4-15 [ 

Bates vs. Williams 7-31 L 

Bates vs. Wesleyan 20-28 L 

Bates vs. Middlebury 18-28 L 

Bates vs. Colby 27-34 L 

Bates vs. Bowdoin 28-24 W 




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CAPTAiri i dt/. i'jn„ M jTARRETT, K. Starr, M. Gregg, J. Berluti, B. Jennings, R. Katon, E. Tierney, T, Smith, R. Lockhart, Z, Kofos, C. Evans, C. Schermerhorn, G. Segali-Abrams, N. 
Clark, M. Antonellis, B. Gallagher, E. Dowd, D. Taylor, P. George, T. Pinkenstaedt, B. McAllister, J. Smith, R. MacDonald, Captain K. McAllister, C. Alfiero, F.Crowley, J. 
Drinkwater, K. Helm, E. Hollingsworth, J. Dell'Erario, T. Okamoto, D. Hannum, K. Aulet, M. Walker, T. Downs, T. McDade, M. DiPrisco, T. Durkin, S. Dettore, J. Chronopoulos, R. 
McNeil, C Barr, M. Coneha, T. Berry, K. Regan, S. Traubert, K. Mc Candlish, M. Cocciardi, D Santorella, A. Scichilone, M. Sylvester, P. O'Neil, B. Murphy, A. Gentilli, D. 
Myerson, C. Radice, J, Medeiros, M. Antonellis, R. Weston, Captain M. Sherburne, M. Gaither, J. Squires, S. Wirth, T. Gartley, D. Horvath, M. Liu, P. Quinn, J. Israel, Z. Lynch, R. 
Lap5en, T, Kuehl, D Pless, S, Pedraza. Coaches: Mark Harriman, Skip Capone, Matt Dence, Mark Flaherty, Chris Kempton, Nate Munzing, Edwin Thompson, & Daryle Weiss , 



Field Hockey 



Bates vs. Conn. College 3-5 L 

Bates vs. Bowdoin 0-5 L 

Bates vs. Amherst 2-3 L 

Bates vs. Trinity 0-3 L 

Bates vs. Tufts 1-3 L 

Bates vs. Williams 2-5 L 

Bates vs. Wesleyan 1-3 L 

Bates vs. Middlebury 1-7 L 

Bates vs. Colby 1-2 L 





"While this was indeed a tough year for 

the field hockey bobcats, we had some 

incredible games that helped us grow as 

A TEAM. Among the season's highlights 

WAS THE 70 MINUTE BATTLE WITH NESCAC 

RIVAL Colby that ended in an 

UNFORTUNATE 2-1 LOSS. ThE 2009 TEAm's 
YOUNG TALENT WILL CERTAINLY MAKE A 
PROFOUND STATEMENT IN THE NESCAC 
I NEXT FALL." -CaPTAIN MoRGAN MaCIEWICZ 




Back Rov^: L. Baran, M. Ross, K. McManus, S. Merullo, L. Thompson, J. Dannis, A. Philip, A. Wilson, M. Brady. 
Middle Row; N. Santosuosso, S Rothkopf, Captain M. Maciewicz, Captain H.Judkins, Z. Donaldson, R. Kundtz. 
Front Row: K. McEnroe, S. Kazarian, A. Brusca, L. Beaton, I. Ballard, M. Lewis, D. Traverse, H. Turner. 
Coaches: Wynn Hohlt & Carolyn King. 



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"This fall was the strongest season we have 

had over the past few years; we 
significantly improved our level of play and 
earned a winning record of 16-9. our 
team became more dynamic, consistent, 
and competitive with a strong group of 
returners and a group of talented first- 
YEARS. We beat some of our rivals like Colby 

AND BOWDOIN AND PLAYED COMPETITIVE 
MATCHES AGAINST SOME OF THE TOP NESCAC 

TEAMS." -Captain Liz Leberman 



Bates vs. Colby 3-1 W 

Bates vs. Trinity 0-3 L 

Bates vs. Amherst 1-3 L 

Bates vs. Bowdoin 3-2 W 

Bates vs. Colby 3-1 W 

Bates vs. Conn. College 0-3 L 

Bates vs. Wesleyan 2-3 L 

Bates vs. Tufts 0-3 L 

Bates vs. Bowdoin 1-3 L 

Bates vs. Colby 3-0 W 

Bates vs. Williams 0-3 L 

Bates vs. Middlebury 1-3 L 




Back Row: N. Russell, Captain R. Colby, B.Johnston, C. Gattuso, Captain T. Dokus. 
Front Row: Captain L. Leberman, G. Haessler, A. Masters, O. Schow, E. Pyne, C. Gee. 
Coaches: Brett Allen & Jim Trytek. 



Bates vs. Bowdoin 


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BowDOiN Invitational 


7TH 


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7TH 


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3ack Row: Captain K. Schuler, C. Gingras, J. Quenzel, L. Smith, Captain W. Roller. 
VliDDLE Row: L. King, K. Zaykowski,J. Canney, J. Fogarty, M. Berube, M. Neal. 
-RONT Row: A. Steiker-Epstein, T. Pals, C. Wilson, B. Dunn, A. Buchbinder. 
loACHEs: Bob Flynn & Martin Benes. 



Women's Cross Country 




Codfish Bowl 

4TH Place 
Open New Englands 

25TH Place 
State of Maine Championship.. 

3rd Place 
NESCAC Championship 

8th Place 
ECAC Campionship 

9th Place 
NCAA Regionals 

IITH Place 



"The FIRST-YEARS HAVE ADDED IMMENSE TALENT, 

DEPTH, AND CHARACTER TO AN ALREADY 

DEDICATED GROUP OF WOMEN. We HIT A COUPLE 

OF BUMPS WITH ILLNESSES AND INJURIES, BUT WE 

CONTINUED TO HOLD OUR OWN IN A REALLY 

COMPETITIVE CONFERENCE. ThIS ISn't THE BEST 

we've DONE IN A WHILE, BUT WE HAD EsTHER 

Kendall finish All-Region. All and all the 

team will continue to develop, despite the 

loss of a pretty big group of seniors " 

-Captains Katie Bash & Abby Samuelson 






A. Alberto, Captian K. Bash, W, Chelangat, M. Childs, H. Chisholm, L Cullen, C. Dropkin, R. Dugan, A. Fannon, L Hartung, G.Johnson, 
A. Damm, E. Kendall, E. Lang, A. Leonard, K. Leonhardt, J. Mitton, J. Monsulick, M. Nelson, N Pham, L. Reedich, A. Roche, E. Rowley, 
Captian A. Samuelson, E. Schneider, E. Schuize, A. Solch, A. Steverson. 
Coaches: Jennifer "Jay" Hartshorn & Art Feeley. 



Men's Cross Country 




Codfish Bowl 

5TH Place 
Open New Englands 

3 2ND Place 
State of Maine Championship 

3rd Place 
NESCAC Championship ^_y 

6th Place 
ECAC Campionship 

3rd Place 

NCAA Regionals 

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"This was really a breakout year for the 

men's CROSS COUNTRY TEAM. ThETEAM 

placed 6th at the NESCAC meet, which 

WAS THE highest FINISH IN THE LAST SEVERAL 

YEARS. The way the team performed at the 

END of the year REALLY LET THE OTHER TEAMS 
IN THE REGION KNOW THAT BaTES IS GOING 

to be right at the top for the next 

couple years." 

-Captain Devin Dilts 





M. Black-Ingersoll, T. Black-Ingersoll, Captain D. Brecher, T. Caiandra, B. Chebot, S. Colligan, P. Corcoran, Captain D. Dilts, J. Epsteiti, 

T. Esponnette, p. Gurney, L. Harmeling, C. Hernandez, E. Kimball, K. LePage, K. McDonald, J. Musso, G. Pearsall, G. Stabler, B Taska, C Welch, 

K. Whitney, S. Wood, A. Wortham. 

Coaches: Al Fereshetian, Todd Goewey, & Art Feeley. 



Women's Basketball 




Bates vs. Bowdoin L 49-52 

Bates vs. Tufts L 52-78 

Bates vs. Colby .....L 68-82 

Bates vs. Middiebury L 53-66 

Bates vs. Williams L 59-67 

Bates vs. Bowdoin L 42-63 

Bates vs. Colby L 71-77 

Bates vs. Conn. College W 78-59 

Bates vs. Wesleyan W 61-5) 

Bates vs. Amherst L 66-72 

Bates vs. Trinity W 54-47 

Bates vs. Tufts W 71-55 

Bates vs. Williams 

Quarterfinals W 70-63 

Bates vs. Amherst 

Semifinals 143-77 



"This was a such fun and exciting season. 
We beat nationally ranked Tufts in our 
OWN Alumni gymnasium on senior day, 

AND WE UPSET WiLLIAMS IN THE FIRST ROUND OF 
THE NESCAC TOURNAMENT. ALTHOUGH WE 

WERE A YOUNG TEAM, WE PROVED TO BE A THREAT 
TO THE TOP NESCAC COMPETITORS. ThANKS 

for an amazing yearl" 
-Captain Lauren yanofsky 





Captain K, Goodridge, L. Dobish, B. Bradoy, S. Robinson, K. Flaherty, K. Finn, Captain L. Yanofsky, A. Beaulieu, A. 
Burns, C. Garvey, T. O'Connell, B. FHawkins, C McCall, Captain J. Igoe. 
Coaches; Jim Murphy, Carla Flaherty, &Johie Farrar. 




Bates vs. Bowdoin L 67-71 

Bates vs. Colby L 61-66 OT 

Bates vs. Mhddlebury L 62-71 

Bates vs. Williams L 62-92 

Bates vs. Bowdoin L 70-74 

Bates vs. Colby L 66-73 

Bates vs. Conn College W 64-57 

Bates vs. Wesleyan W 74-69 

Bates vs. Amherst W 76-47 

Bates vs. Trinity W 70-63 

Bates vs. Tufts W 64-55 

Bates vs. Bowdoin 

Quarterfinals W 80-64 

Bates vs. Williams 

Semifinals L 48-71 





The 2009-10 Men's Basketball season was filled with 

what we refer to as "Bobcat Pride." There were many 

unexpected challenges thrown our way but we used 

them as stepping-stones; approaching the barriers 

presented to us as an opportunity to rebut critics and 

prove ourselves. We exceeded every expectation. 
Beating our rival Amherst for the first time in nearly 
TWO decades, hosting a NESCAC playoff game, and 
ending our arch-rival Bowdoin's season were mere 
reflections of the character, spirit, and pride of our 
team. We definitely continued the sacred legacy of 
"Bobcat Pride". 
-Captain Marshall Hatch 



K. Philbrook, N. Creahan, T. Deegan, D. Curley, R. Christian, A. Gallant, J. Pares, K. Lentini, N. Friedman, Captain M. 
Hatch, M. Brust, J. Squires, N. Schmiemann, Captain B. Ellis, J. O'Keefe, R. Weston, E. Bogdanovich, S. Wirth. 
Coaches; Jon Furbush, Nick Cormier, & B.J. Dunne, 



Women's Indoor Track and Field 




"The women's indoor season's success was in 
large part due to theamazing success of our 

THROWERS. VaNTIEL ELIZABETH DuNCAN CONTINUED 
TOCHURN OUT TOP-NOTCH PERFORMANCES. ShE WAS 

JOINED BY Laura Smith and Sara-Ellen Godek to 

GIVE the team great DEPTH AND ESSENTIAL POINT- 
SCORING ABILITIES. A WEALTH OF NEW FRESHMEN 
JOINED THE ALREADY SUCCESSFUL AND TALENTED 
SPRINTERS AND MID-DISTANCE SQUAD. OuR TEAM HAS 
CONTINUEDTO GROW AND STRENGTHEN, WITH OUR 
HIGH PERFORMANCE AT ECAC'S, AS WE CAME IN 
THIRD, TYING OUR BEST PERFORMANCE THERE IN A 

LONG TIME. "-Captain Katie Bash 



New England Dill 


NDOOR 


Championships... 


6th/26 


New England Indoor 


Championships... 


24TH/35 


ECAC Indoor 




Championships. 


3RD/43 


NCAA Indoor 




Championship... 


T19/61 


NESCAC 




Championships. 


4th/ii 


ECAC Dill 




Championships. 


T7/51 





E. Arens, E. Augulewicz, Captain K. Bash, I. Beal, C. Bourne, M. Bruzzese, K. Kystrom, E. Carleton, W. Chelangat, M. Childs, H Chisholm, K. Collet, L 
Cullen, K, DeAngelis, C. Dropkin, R. Dugan, V. E. Duncan, A. Fannon, A. Flanagan, S. E. Godek, Captain L Gordan, C. Graves, N. FiANAGAN, R. Istratii, G. 
Johnson, E. Kendall, A. King, J. Kirkland, J. Krupski, E. Lang, M. Leard, A. Leonard, E. Levesque,J. Ligor, D. Lindauer, J. MinoN,J. Monsulick, N. Pham, T. 
Piers, K. Poulin, L. Reedich, A. Remec, K. Ryan, E. Scheider, Captain L. Smith, A. Solch, L. Soule, S. Sprague, M. Suazo, T. Tobin. 
Coaches: Jennifer "Jay" FHartshorn, John Beliveau, Erika Bristol, Art Feeley, Todd Goewey, &Joe Woodhead. 



Men's Indoor Track and Field 



New England Dill Indoor 

Championships 7th/22 

New England Indoor 

Championships t 2151/34 

ECAC Indoor 

Championships 5TH/49 

Maine Men's Outdoor 

Championships iST/4 

NESCAC 

Championships 3Rd/ii 

New England Dill 

Championships 3RD/25 





"The 2010 Indoor Track Season did 

NOT BRING us THE StATE CHAMPIONSHIP 

that we had wanted, but the indoor 

season showed the team that we had 

all the tools and potential to be great 

outdoors." 

-Captain Chris Murtagh 










N. Barron, A. Beck, D. Beck, J. Benneh, M. Biack-Ingersoll, T. Biack-Ingersou, u brecher, D. Briggs, T. Caiandpa, r v^appou, '^./.hauj ^ . >. a',h'!j, j ^^n/.i-MAri, d ■. _hh-.'ji, ',_ v^mi 
S. Couigan, p. Corcoran, N. DeFrancis, Captain D. Dhts, B. Epler, J^ Epstein, T, EsPONNEnE, E. Foster, Captain S. Fukuda, P, Garber, S. Goiostein, S, Granogeorge, A. Grant, P. 
Gurney, a. Haeuser, D. Hardison, L. Harmeung, C. Hernandez, M. Jiang, J. Joseph, R. Katon, D. Kempner, E. Kimbau, M. Kofos, Z. Kofos, C. LaBrecoue, R. Larsen, J. UPage, M. 
Liu, N. Marinakis, K. McDonald, R. McNeil, E. Michaelson, C. Murtagh, J. Musso, P. Nguyen. S, Patolo, G. Pearsau, D. Piess, R. Quinn, R. Rice, N. Rickier, J, Roeser.J. 
Rupasinghe, G, Segall-Abrams, G. Stabler, A. Stewart, B. Taska, O. Uoeh, E. Waldman, C Welch, E. West, K. Whitney, S, Wood, T. Woods, A. Wortham. 
Coaches: Al Fereshetian, Jay hJARiSHORN, John Beliveau, Erika Bristol, Art Feeiey, Todd Goewey, a Joe Wooohead. Managers: Felix Radford a Ryan Rici 



Swimming and Diving 




Bates vs. Trinity W 207-85 

Bates vs. Wesleyan W 159-138 

Bates vs. Middlebury L 117-183 

Bates vs. Bov^doin L 142-152 

Bates vs. Colby L 143-153 

Bates vs. Tufts L 131-167 

Bates vs. Conn. College L 106-181 

NESCAC Women's 
Championships 7th/ii 



"This season was amazing. The team trained 

harder than ever and all the work paid off in the 

END. Almost everyone swam a lifetime best in at 

LEAST one event. SoME MEMORABLE MOMENTS WERE 
WINNING OUR FIRST HOME MEET AGAINST WeSLEYAN, 

THE Men's 400 Freestyle relay beating U Maine, 

THE close meets WITH CoLBY AND BoWDION, AND, 

OF COURSE, Training Trip. I could not have asked 

for a better final season to my swim career." 

Captain Katelyn Drake 





B. Brown, L. Burke, Captain K. Drake, T. Dugan, T. Dukuly, S. Fallon, A. Goldstein, C. Green, A. Hanson, J. Howard, 
A. Johnston, K. Leasure, A. Lizars, C. Lupi, M. Murphy, J. Quinn, Captain Sarah Reingold, A. Rudis, C. Sparks, K. 
Stillman, E. Tato, O. Tawa, K. Zingale. 
Coaches: Peter Casares, Mike Bartley, & Sara Skoff. 



Swimming and Diving 



Bates vs. Trinity W 1 84-102 

Bates vs. Wesleyan L 116-179 

Bates vs. Middlebury L 82-205 

;Bates vs. Bowdoin L 115-179 

Bates vs. Colby W 175-105 

Bates vs. Tufts L 63-235 

Bates vs. Conn. College L 102-191 

NESCAC Men's 
Championships 8th/ii 




"This year the men swim team had a huge break 
THROUGH. We finish our season with a winning 

RECORD OF 6 WINS AND 5 LOSSES. WiTH THE EDITIONS OF A 

GREAT FRESHMEN CLASS AND A MUCH IMPROVED VETERANS, 

WE WERE ABLE TO PUT TOGETHER ONE OF THE BEST SWIM 

TEAM THE COLLEGE HAD SEEN IN A LONG TIME. OuR GREATEST 

ACCOMPLISHMENT THIS YEAR WAS TO BE ABLE TO 

NOT ONLY CLAIMED THE CBB TITLE BY BEATING BOTH CoLBY 

AND BOWDOIN BUT ALSO THE BEST COLLEGE TEAM IN MaiNE 

AS WE OVERCAME A Dl PROGRAM IN UNIVERSITY OF MaINE. 

Peter Caseres was extraordinary in organizing and 
training our team, which shows throughout the 

season and ESPECIALLY AT OUR CONFERENCE 

Championship" -Captain Peem Chatikavanij 






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D. Aupi, T. Boniface, A. Buehler, P Carroll, Captain Peem Chatikavanij, B. Cooper, N. Depew, M. Hanley, M. Johns, T. 
Jones, N. Karlson, M. Lipoff, Captain J. MacNaughton, A. McKeown, R. Pitcairn, N. Scott, R. Sullivan, L. Saaijer. 
Coaches; Peter Casares, Mike Bartley, Sara Skoff. 



Alpine Sbiing 






"We had a great year with two athletes 

QUALIFYING FOR NCAAs (BeN MaNTER AND 

Alexander Heldman) and co-captain Ben Manter 
achieving All-American status in the slalom at 
nationals. our young team had great finishes 
throughout the season in both the men and 

women's DIVISIONS. We HAD A YOUNG BUT 
TALENTED TEAM WHO COMPETED WELL THROUGHOUT 
THE SEASON. We ALSO ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO 

next season, as all of the team is returning to 
compete next season." 
-Captain John Canney 



St. Lawrence Carnival... 


..6th/i5 


St. Michael's Carnival.. 


...8th/i2 


UVM Carnival 


...8th/i3 


Dartmouth Carnival 


...7TH/13 


Williams Carnival 


...7th/i2 


Eastern Regional 




Championship 


.,.8th/i7 


NCAA Championship Giant 


Slalom 


i6th/22 


NCAA Champtionship 




Slalom 


i6th/22 





R, Brockman, Captain J. Canney, J. Fancy, A. Felix, B. FHeldman, A. Jones, J. Lathrop, S. Lyons, Captain B. Manter, 
C. Forbes, Captain M. FHolland, Z. Livingston, K. Waddle. 
Coaches: Rogan Connell & Dan Loman. 



Nordic Skiing 



St. Lawrence Carnival 6th/i5 

St. Michael's Carnival 8th/i2 

UVM Carnival 8th/i3 

Dartmouth Carnival 7th/i3 

Williams Carnival 7th/i 2 

Eastern Regional 

Championship 8th/i7 

NCAA Championship Women's 

5K Classical i6th/22 

NCAA Champtionship Women's 

15K Freestyle i6th/22 





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"Over the past four years I have had the privilege 

of being a member of a team that has evolved and 

adapted to consistently excel at the DI level. On 

THE women's side, WE HAD A BREAK-THROUGH 'OQ-'lO 

SEASON PLACING IN THE TOP THREE ON THE EASTERN 

CIRCUIT ON FIVE DIFFERENT OCCASIONS. A DEDICATED 

AND HARD-WORKING MEN's TEAM IMPROVED AND WILL 

BE A POWERFUL FORCE IN YEARS TO COME. ThE FUTURE 

IS BRIGHT FOR THIS YOUNG TEAM AND THE BaTES 

Athletic Community will be hearing a lot about 

THIS GROUP IN THE UPCOMING SEASONS. SkI ONi" 

-Captain Abby Samuelson 




D. Brodhead, J. BuRNHAM, B. Cooper, N. Fuller, C. Hill, I. Kreisman, D. Kuzio, L. Milliken, Captain H. Poole, B. 
Smeltzer, K. Dion, S. Forrest, K. Gill, I. Knowles, S. Leonard, M. McClelland, N. Ruppertsberger, Captain A. 
Samuelson, G. Sellelgren, D. Stimson, B. Taylor, C. Tuttle. 
Coaches: Becky Woods, Bob Flynn, & Martin Benes. 



Women's Squash 




Bates vs.Tufts 9-0 W 

Bates vs. Wesleyan 8-1 W 

Bates vs. Conn. College 

9-0 W 

Bates vs. Williams 0-9 L 

Bates vs. Trinity 0-9 L 

Bates vs. Colby 8-1 W 

Bates vs. Bowdoin 9-0 W 



"Bates Women's Squash had another 

successful year finishing 3rd at nescacs and 

1 ITH AT Nationals. First year Cheri-Ann Parris 

HAD A fantastic SEASON BEATING MANY TOP PLAYERS 

around the country along with a great 

personal showing at individual nationals at 

Trinity. With only Hannah and Whitney 

leaving this season, we expect great things for 

next season and seasons to come for the 

BOBKITTENS. WhEN IT COMES TO SOME OF THOSE 

CLOSER MATCHES ALWAYS REMEMBER...A BOBCAT 
ALWAYS STRIKES BACKl" -CaPTAIN WhITNEY RoLLER 



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A. Bragg, S. Cabot, L. Dorison, A. Hogeland, Captain H. Laverty, M. Maciewicz, M. Neal, C. Parris, C. Rice, Captain 

W. Roller, E. Russell, M. Ruth, C. Talcott. 

Coaches; Pat Cosquer & Gary Kan. 
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C.Bair-Cucchiaro, M. Baker-White, E. Bedell, D. Born, B. Burns, W. Cabot, D. Compton, J. Cook, I\I. Echeverria, W. 
Fearnley, Captain J. Greenberg, W. Katz, R. Keating, U. Khan, N. Kourides, D. R. Lee, Captain K. Mahan, M. 
Marchisotto, J. Mulholland, J. Rivera, P.Williams. 
Coaches: Pat Cosquer & Gary Kan. 



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SoftbaU 




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Bates vs. Middlebury...W 6-3 
Bates vs. Wesleyan.....L 12-13, 

L 15-16 
Bates vs. Trinity L 1-5, 

L 4-6, L 0-4 
Bates vs. Tufts L 0-9, 

L 2-10 
Bates vs. Colby L 2-11, 

L 0-5, L 0-6 
Bates vs. Bowdoin L 2-3, 

L3-9, L 5-7 (10 INN.) 



"Although our record doesn't 

necessarily show it, we had a really 

talented and athletic team this year. 

Unfortunately, the games we played did 

NOT always seem TO GO OUR WAY. 

Nonetheless, we always kept our heads 

HIGH and played HARD. It WAS A FUN 
season WITH A LOT OF GREAT MEMORIES, 

good luck next yearl" 
-Jean McIntyre 



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M. Lewis, Captain J. McIntyre, K. Ullmann, K. Finn, K. McManus, K. Webster, K. Buckley, L. King, V. Truglio, L. 
DoBiSH, L. Maciejewski, K. Flaherty, A. Martino, C. Talcott, M. Berube, C. Gattuso, M. Kervick. 
Coaches: Owen Lexow, Rick Supinski, & Carolyn King. 



BasebaU 



Utes vs. Tufts L 2-5, 

W 3-0, L 5-6 
3ates vs. Trinity L 7-10, 

L 0-6, W 8-4 

I^ATEs VS. Colby W 3-1, 

i W 7-3, W 7-2 

Bates vs. Bowdoin L 4-8, 

I L 0-2, W 7-2 

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"Every player on this year's team understood his 
personal role and did his own part in making this 

ONE OF THE BEST TEAMS IN BaTES BaSEBALL HiSTORY. 

When someone struggled, got injured, or just 
needed a day off, we all picked each other up and 

really became a complete team. through strong 

leadership by the upperclassmen, good coaching, 

and the maturing of the younger players the 

2010 Bates Baseball Team established themselves 

AS a team TO BE FEARED IN THE FUTURE." 

-Captain Pat Murphy 



Captain T. Beaton, N. Burke, M. Ciummei, Captain P. Murphy, Captain C. Burke, J. Linscott, P. Siebenlist, k. boNBERG, 
J. Simon, L. Wamboldt, P. Chiampa, J. Clausen, K. McGregor, K. Alexander, R. Veloha, R. Heide, G. Webb, C, Alfiero, 
K. Gutierrez, M. Nunan, R. Horvath, D. Gatzogiannis, M. Antonellis, N. Lynd, M. Spinosa, 
Coaches: Edwin Thompson, Bob Flynn, Travis Dube, Dave Jordan, & Tyler Hanson. 



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Women's Lacrosse 




Bates vs. Middlebury..W 11-9 

Bates vs. Williams L 5-7 

Bates vs. Wesleyan...W 14-1^ 

Bates vs. Tufts L 14-17 

Bates vs. Amherst L 7-8 

Bates vs. Conn. 

College L 12-13 (2OT] 

Bates vs. Trinity L 5-IC 

Bates vs. Bowdoin L 6-1; 

Bates vs. Colby W 10-7 



"Can't stop, won't stop." 

-Captains Morgan Maciewicz and 

Avery Pierce 





-«:sse: 



Captain M. Maciewicz, M. Radis, C. Pierce, J. O'Neill, M. Reilly, J. Dannis, A. Saucier, L. Thompson, A. Brusca, B. 
Gross, I. Ballard, E. Scott, Captain A. Pierce, C. Flint, J. Brallier, K. Drake, K.C. Collier, E. Howe, I. Knowles, B. 
Weidner, E. O'Connor, E. Harmon, L. Fulton, M. Dilworth, M. Krueger, E. O'Connor, L Elsmore. 
Coaches: Brett Allen, Heidi Howard Allen, Christy Gardner, & Krystina Zaykowski. 



Men's Lacrosse 



IBates vs. Middlebury L 6-9 

Bates vs. Williams L 7-10 

JBates vs. Wesleyan 6-7 

Bates vs. Amherst L 7-13 

iBates vs. Tufts L 6-12 

Bates vs. Conn. 

College L 8-13 

Bates vs. Bowdoin L 5-6 

Bates vs. Trinity L 5-9 

Bates vs. Colby L 6-8 








"We might not have reached our goals 

or won many games, but it's not where 

YOU go or what you do in life that 

matters but, it is who you go with or 

who you do it with that truly 

matters" 

-Captain Hans Tobiason 




a. Scharff, L. Dennings, E. Bagiey, T. Repko, D. Hines, G. Guinta, Captain M. Nadier, ivl Antoniou, n. Johnston, j michborn, k. vVheian, a. i^ronstfin, k. 
Brown, Captain D. Barrett, T. Noto, C. Clark, C.J. Schmidt, R. Highland, T. Delaney, K. Helm, R. Cosgrove, S. Dehore, P. Repko, Captain H. Tobiason, C. 
Newman, G. O'Connor, P. Troiano, A. Henrie, L. Strathmann, T.J. Crutchfield, L. Charest, Captian N. Sampson, J. Greenberg, R. Schmidt, K. Starr, B. 
Shafer, J. Levih, a. Berry, B. Coppersmith, M. Murphy, N. O'Connor, Coaches: Peter Lasagna, Kevin Warnock, Tom Fournier, * Rogan Conneli. 



Women's Tennis 




Bates vs. Colby W 5-4 

Bates vs. Tufts L 0-9 

Bates vs. Bowdoin L 0-9 

Bates vs. Conn. 

College W 7-2 

Bates vs. Amherst L 0-9 

Bates vs. Trinity L 4-5 

Bates vs. Wesleyan....W 5-4 




M, Anderson, E. Blauth, A. Brunk, N. Bugajski, J. Burke, Captain J. Gulliver, K. Helfgott, J. Holmes, A. Jaeger, B. 
Morse-Karzen, Captain A. Piacquad, M. Rouvalis, N, Russell, E. Stege. 
Coaches; Paul Gastonguay & Jason Box. 




Men's Tennis 



Bates vs. Colby W 0-9 

Bates vs. Middlebury L 1-8 

Bates vs. Conn. 

College W 9-0 

Bates vs. Amherst L 1-8 

Bates vs. Trinity L 4-5 

Bates vs. Wesleyan W 8-1 

Bates vs. Bov\/doin L 2-7 

Bates vs. Tufts W 6-3 





"The 2009-2010 Men's Tennis season had 

MANY successes. FINISHING 11-/, WE COMPETED AT 

A HIGH LEVEL IN THE TOUGHEST DIVISION 3 

CONFERENCE IN THE NATION. WhILE THE TEAM IS 

GRADUATING MANY SENIORS, ON AN EXCITING NOTE, 

TEAM MVP Matt Settles will lead the 'Cats into 

bahle in the coming years." 

-Captain Mike Reiss 




J. Beaton, M. Berger, M. Bettles, R. Crampton, K. DeSisto, Z. Fenno, S. Lawson, C. Maldini, R. Mannely, D. Reffe, M. 
Reiss, A. Rupasinghe, S. Woods. 
Coaches: Paul Gastonguay & Jason Box. 



Women's Rowing 





Head of the 

Charles 12th/35 

NCAAWoMENs Rowing 

Championships 2nd/7 



"The Bates Women's Rowing team enjoyed another 

SUCCESSFUL season, RANKED ASONE OF THE TOP THREE 

Division III teams for the entirety of the spring season. 

Both the firstand second varsity boats placed 1st in all 

but one of their five pre-championship regahas. After 

these successes, the women earned their fourth 

straight bid to the 2010 NCAA Rowing 

Championships in Sacramento, CA. Bates was ranked 

4TH going into thechampionships, behind Williams, 

Ithaca, and Trinity. Both the first varsity boat's second 

place finish and the team's second place finish 

matched the all-time highest finish by any Bates crew at 

the NCAA Championships." 

-Captain Auson Frye 








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C.Ahearn, E. Bowling, L. Collins, N. Collins, C. Dillaway, K. Dion, A. DiSalvo, Captain D. Doroski, D. Dukuly, 
Captain A. Frye, T. Glazier, A. Goldstein, A. Goss, L, Hadiaris, A.Jacks, T. Littleton, N. Murray, Captain E. Patterson, 
T.Prasad, P. Reed, H. Richarson, H. Sive, E. Sonshine, L Thomson, C Tuttle, R. Waldo, C. Webb, A. Wescott, 
E. White, K. Wilson, V. Zapack. Coaches: Peter Steenstra & Mollie Schweigert. 



Men's Rowing 



Head of the 
Charles 



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"While not quite as strong as last year, this past rowing 

SEASON SAW many SUCCESSES. In THE FaLI, THE Men's VaRSITY 

Eight finished in the top 15 in the cohegiate 8+ event at 
THE Head of the Charies Regatta. In the Spring, Bates held 

onto the President's Cup of the Coiby, Bates, Bowdoin 

Regaha AND finished 6th in New England. Everyone on 
the men's side definitely grew on an individual level. With 

dozens of personal records on the ergometer, it is clear 

THAT there is A VERY BRIGHT FUTURE FOR THIS TEAM. BaTES 

Rowing has by now established itself as a top crew in the 

New England division, and I have no doubt that the 

program is moving towards the highest distinction." 

-Captain Graham Pearson 




C. Baldo, C. Carey, H. Chung, A. Gobbo, J. Grant, P. Haley, J. Hersey, M. Johns, G. Kelly, D. LaFontaine, P.C. Miller, 
P.K. Miller, J. Mulvaney, J. Nowak, Captain G. Pearson, Captain C. Sanderson, O. Scholle, G. Silverman, J. Weeks, E. 
Winslow, a. Wood. 
Coaches: Peter Steenstra & Tom Guncik. 




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Amandia! 



The purpose of Amandia! is to cultivate solidarity among students of African descent at 
Bates College. We are committed to providing a forum where one can express social, 
intellectual, political, and cultural concerns of students of African descent. It is our 
mission to promote global causes that directly affect people of the African Diaspora and 
foster a campus and local community understanding of the rich lives and cultures of 
people of African descent. Through organizing events and programs that raise cultural 
and political awareness of Black people on campus, Amandia! hopes to ignite racial 
tolerance and social change in our communities. 



Anime Club 



The Anime Club meets once a week on Sundays to watch episodes of Japanese anime 
series or movies. The meetings typically last for an hour to two hours and are a great 
way to learn about anime, meet new people, and take a study break. In the past, we've 
watched the now popular Kenshin series. Samurai X, and movies by director Hayao 
Miyazaki, among many other anime programs. 



Bates Outing Club 



The Bates Outing Club was founded in 1920 
and is among the oldest collegiate outing clubs in 
the country and the first at a private college to 
include both men and women from the beginning. 
Every member of the Bates College community is 
technically a member of the club. Its 
administration is set up into officers, directors, 
and a Council composed of active members. The 
directors are largely responsible for the 
administrative aspects of the club while the 
officers run the outing activities. The organization 
offers year-round trips throughout New England 
for hiking, climbing, skiing, canoeing, surfing, 
kayaking and many more. Every year the club 
hosts activities including two Clambakes, Winter 
Carnival and a hike up Katahdin, each of which 
remain popular campus-wide events. The club 
has strong participation from every class year 
and remains one of the most popular clubs on 
campus. 

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Ballroom Society 




Bates Buddies 



The Bates Ballroom Society is an organization 
open to anyone who would like to learn how to 
dance. All levels of experience are welcome and no 
partner is necessary. The club focuses on smooth 
(waltz, tango and foxtrot) and rhythm (cha cha, 
rhumba and swing) style dances, and sponsors a 
beginner class once a week for which PE credit can 
be earned. Those who are interested in learning 
these dances at a more advanced level are invited 
to join the competition team, which practices two to 
three times a week and focuses on preparing 
students to compete at the inter-collegiate 
competitions. 



Bates Buddies is a club that fosters the relationship between Bates and the Lewiston 
community. Pairs of Bates students volunteer weekly at a local elementary school 
during recess and lunch with a group of three to five children. For only one hour per 
week. Bates students act as mentors and role models to local first, second and third 
graders. Bates Buddies is a great way for students to get off campus and become 
engaged in the community in a fun way! 



Bates Christian Fellowship 




The purpose of BCF is to encourage and equip 
students to follow Jesus Christ as the Lord. We 
strive to grow in love for God and God's people of 
every ethnicity and culture, and to come to a deeper 
understanding of the Scriptures and of God's 
purposes in the world. We organize various small 
groups that usually meet weekly for Bible study, 
discussion of pertinent issues, or prayer. There are 
also weekly Wednesday meetings for a time of 
worship, sharing and teaching. Various social 
activities are held throughout the year for relationship 
and community building, and oftentimes just for fun 
Our activities are always open to the entire Bates 
Community. BCF is associated with InterVarsity 
Christian Fellowship. 



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Bates Emergency Medical Services 

Bates EMS is a Main Licencesed EMS service that 
provides emergency care to the Bates College community. 
All the members are volunteers that have completed the 
Emergency Medical Technician course and is entirely 
student run. Bates EMTs volunteer their time to be on call 
and are ready to respond to any campus emergency 24 
hours a day, seven days a week. While on call, EMTs carry 
radios to communicate with other crew members and 
Bates Security. Bates EMS not only provides medical care 
to those in need, but offer lectures and training sessions to 
keep their EMT skills proficient. They also sponsor blood 
drives for the college and hold information sessions in 
residencies at the beginning of the year to give information 
about their service and campus safety. 




Bates Energy Action l\/lovement 



The Bates Energy Action Movement is dedicated to taking 
direct action to fight anthropogenic global climate change 
through political participation, advocacy and outreach. BEAM 
is part of the international youth climate movement and 
regularly engages in nation-wide and global campaigns to 
promote progressive climate legislation, climate justice, the 
development of renewable energy sources and the growth of 
green jobs. There is no time to wait for someone else to 
solve this problem - the responsibility is ours and we are 
rising to the challenge! 

Bates Student Government 




The Bates College Student Government is the student government of Bates College. 
It consists of two branches: the Executive Council (EC) and the Representative 
Assembly (RA). At weekly public meetings, the BCSG acts as representatives of the 
student body, voicing concerns and support, engaging in advocacy, and articulating 
student interests. This continues outside the weekly meetings through the work of 
nearly forty committees. These committees determine policies in areas ranging from 
academics to parking, discipline to residential life, and much more. The BCSG 
administers over $350,000 in Student Activities funds each year, allocating the money 
amongst various student clubs and organizations. Officers include: Ally Mandra 
(President), Meredith Greenberg (Representative Assembly Chair), Mikey Pasek 
(Parliamentarian), Cosmin Ghita (Vice President of Student Committees), Sangita 
Murali (Vice President of Student Clubs), and Hunter Archibald (Treasurer). 



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Bates College Television 



Bates College Television (BCTV) is a product of the students at Bates. It is made up of 
liberal arts talents- from all sorts of creative, intellectual and informative individuals. 
We've created several news broadcasts with special features; including the "behind the 
scenes" of the new commons dinning hall and an interview with Christine Schwartz, 
Director of Dinning Services, an on site look at the puddle jump with a BCTV 
correspondent actually jumping in herself, and other fun news stories. In addition we've 
created short highlight reels on local businesses' Bates sports teams, Bates departments 
and upcoming performances. One of our most popular shows is "Bates Cribs". This past 
year we've begun hosting events such as "Premiers" where we show off some of our 
programming. We want to create fun TV shows that demonstrate the life of the students 
here at Bates and show off our achievements as a campus. 

Bates Quimby Debate Council 

Debate and Bates are practically synonymous, when it 
comes to the Bates Quinby Debate Council. Always 
among the top debating schools in the nation. Bates is 
currently one of the top 25 teams in the world. In past 
years, we have hosted the North Americans 
Championships, featuring the top debaters from Canada 
and the U.S, along with other prestigious events. Debate 
is a great way to develop your mind, compete 
successfully against the top schools in the country, travel 
around the country and the world, and have a lot of fun. 
No prior experience is necessary; some of our best 
debaters started while at Bates. Come join us! 

Chase Hall Committee 





The Chase Hall Committee is the primary, student run, 
programming board on campus. Working with a 
traditionally large budget, the club plans, publicizes, and 
runs a variety of events over the course of the year and 
into Short Term. Events normally include a major music 
concert, a comedy series, the Halloween and 80's Dance, 
Big Prize BINGO, Drop Everything and Play (a free music 
and activities event during short term), the coordination of 
the nation's 2nd oldest Winter Carnival, and other various 
fun, diverse acts. This is a great way to interact with the 
student body, learn event planning and marketing skills, as 
well as get your voice heard in the booking of campus 
entertainment. 



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Christian Science Organization 




The Bates Christian Science Organization is a group dedicated to supporting and pro- 
actively encouraging a spiritually uplifted campus and community. We seek to serve as a 
spiritual resource for all and create a comfortable forum for dialogue on spirituality and 
current issues through meetings and lectures. Our weekly meetings include readings and 
the sharing of experiences and ideas about how the challenges of campus life and beyon( 
can be met through prayer and spirituality. We warmly welcome all genuinely interested 
students, faculty, and staff. 

Competitive Ski Team 

The Competitive Ski Team is the fastest club on campus! 
Founded in 2005 as an alternative to the D-1 racing team on 
campus, the club is open to both Alpine and Nordic racers of 
all levels and all experience. The club offers training and 
instruction along with racing throughout the Winter against 
other great colleges within the US Collegiate Ski and 
Snowboard Association (USCSA), including Bowdoin and 
University of Maine Farmington. The Ski team is a great 
opportunity for former ski racers who want to continue in 
college or for those who have never tried the sport before. 
The 2009-2010 season was another successful winter as the 
club consistently finished within the top three places for both 
Alpine and Nordic, with a particularly strong showing from the 
Women's Alpine team. Officers include: Lindsay Thomson 
(President), Kerry Gross (VP), Ben Motley (Treasurer), 
Tessa Pals (Secretary), and Will Brunnquel (Nordic Liaison) 

Crosstones 

The Bates College Crosstones is a co-ed a cappella group 
comprised of various members of the Bates Community. Each 
member contributes his or her unique personality, musical 
vision, and creative angles to the group. The Crosstones have 
always been known for its down-to-earth nature, humor, and 
energy, which is manifested in its songs. The Crosstones are 
big believers in branching out to the community, having sung 
at nursing homes, local middle school and high school 
benefits and for the local television stations. They have also 
traveled outside of Maine to share their sound with different 
audiences. They're music selection ranges from rom the light 
classic rock of Billy Joel's "Lullaby" to the upbeat energy of 
The Jackson Five's "I Want You Back" to the modern pop of 
Justin Timberlake's "Cry Me a River." 

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Deansmen 




The Bates College Deansmen are the college's oldest 
all-male a cappella group. Sounding tight and looking 
good in tuxedos is what we do. The Deansmen sing 
songs by artists such as Maroon 5, Stevie Wonder, 
Steely Dan, The Blind Boys of Alabama, Kool & The 
Gang, and The Who, all of which have been arranged 
for a cappella by current members of The Deansmen, 
or alumni. Members include Daniel Rosenzweig '10 
(President), Eddie Arsnow '10 (Music Director), 
Grayson Board '1 1 , Alex Barton '12, Charlie Emple 
'12, Segundo Guerrero '12 (Business Manager), Liam 
Zaajier '12, Max Arnell '13, Conor Maginn '13, Fritz 
Manson '13, Hank Woolley '13. 



Environmental Coalition 



The Environmental Coalition deals with local, national 
and international issues in a relaxed setting. We organize 
recycling drives on campus, spread environmental 
awareness , have organic cookouts and take trips to local 
sights. It is important to note that EC is run by its 
members, and this means that new issues are always 
welcome. 





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The Bates Equestrian Team successfully competed 
in the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) 
for shows in the surrounding New England region for 
yet another year, coming home with many blue 
ribbons. This year, the number of team members 
doubled with the incoming freshman class. During the 
fall season, the team traveled to many IHSA 
sponsored shows, including University of New 
Hampshire, where Eleanor Anaclerio qualified to 
compete in the high point rider ride-off. This spring, 
Bates had the exciting opportunity to host its very first 
IHSA show at Chez Cheveaux Equestrian center, 
where the team practices under trainer, Karen 
Lappas. Twelve IHSA teams attended the show, 
which proved to be a success for all teams and riders 
involved, as hosting a second annual Bates show is 
promising for next spring. 



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Filmboard 



Every weekend the Filmboard presents a newly released, Pre-DVD feature film to the 
Bates Community. If people aren't able to see the movie in the theater, the Bates 
Filmboard gives them the opportunity to see because it is released on DVD. Special 
programing includes independent films, drive-in movies, and movie poster raffles. We 
provide consistent non-alcoholic weekend entertainment to the entire campus for only 
one dollar. Members help select and show films. The filboard is led by Anna Le '10 
(treasurer) Mike Thomas '11 and Stephanie Houle '10 (president). 



Ever been to a contradance? Play fiddle, 
guitar, bagpipes, bones, accordion or banjo? 
Listen to folk, Celtic, bluegrass, or 
international music? The Freewill Folk 
Society is for you. Freewill Folk Society 
coordinates monthly contradances and other 
folk events on campus, as well as helping 
students attend off campus folk events. Other 
events the Freewill Folk Society organizes 
include folk music concerts and jams 
sessions. 



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Golf Association 



The Golf Association strives to bring the Bates Golf community together by working 
with local golf clubs to provide an affordable spring golf pass. The campus-wide 
Association is usually headed by active varsity golfers who help with the passes and 
raise awareness that golfing opportunities are available for the student body. The 
association allows non-varsity golfers to continue their love for golf through providing 
information on local courses. 



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Gospelaires 




The mission of Gospelairs is to sing praises unto the 
Lord and fully rejoice in it. We feel that our mission will 
bring hope, positivity, respect, optimism and, most 
importantly, love for our fellow brothers & sisters through 
the songs and its' messages; not only within the Bates 
college community, but throughout the greater Maine 
community and beyond. Anyone can join! No matter the 
age, color, or background, our goal is to also spread light 
on a style of praise music that is not is not generally 
practiced here at Bates; Gospel Music! Though widely 
accepted as a tradionally African-American musical style, 
our organization will provide a mutually supportive and 
positive learning environment in which every member 
has the opportunity to develop and practice an art form 
which, in turn, will foster self-confidence and give an 
understanding and appreciation for other cultures and 
their musical background. ONE GOAL, ONE PASSION, 
ONE VOICE ... Bates Gospel Choir 



Helicase 



The overall mission of Helicase is to provide support, unity, and inspiration for the 
exploration of biology both inside and outside of the classroom. We enhance 
communication between students and the department by coordinating seminar and 
discussions, as well as functioning as an official liaison. Helicase provides guidance to 
students about which natural science major will satsify their interests best and which 
courses regardless of their major, would be applicable. Through fieldtrips and other 
activities we expose students to the resources that surround them in the Bates and 
greater Maine community, in the hopes of encouraging them to apply these experiences 
to other work. 



Hillel 



Bates Hillel is an entirely student-run club designed for Jewish students and others 
interested in Judaism. Hillel offers weekly Shabbat dinner and services as well as 
special programs to celebrate all major Jewish Holidays. 



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Men's Hockey Club 



The Men's Hockey Club team is open to all students, the men's and women's ice 
hockey teams practice five days a week and play around 20 games a season, extending 
from November to February. The team is a member of the American Collegiate Hockey 
Association (ACHA), which is the largest and most competitive club hockey organization 
in the nation and offers an annual national tournament for top qualifying teams. The club 
play on campus at Underhill Arena and travel throughout the northeast competing against 
other colleges and universities within the league and participate in regional playoffs. The 
team is student run but are led on-ice by experienced coaches. The eam is led by Tom 
LeBlonde, who played collegiate hockey and is now a history teacher at Lewiston High 
School. 



International Clul 




The International Club brings together Bates 
students from all around the world. Its purpose 
is to provide great events that can be enjoyed 
both by students from abroad as well as 
students from the US. The major events 
include an International Dinner, two talent 
shows called "Coffeehouse", an International 
Fair and Dinner, and a dance party called 
"Club 360°". The club officers are pictured in 
the bottom picture: Umar Khan (Treasurer), 
Sophy Min (Co-President), Shachi Phene 
(Activities Coordinator), Nawshaba Nawreen 
(Secretary), Giang Nguyen (Activities 
Coordinator), Mustafa Basij-Rasikh (Co- 
President). Not Pictured: Shervin Chambers 
(Publicity Director). 



Latinos Unidos 



Latinos Unidos is an organization that seeks to give the Latino Students of Bates 
College with the opportunities needed to embrace their culture while continuing to learn 
about the cultures around them. Our main goal is to enlighten the Bates community about 
the beauty and richness of countries in. South America, Central America and the 
Caribbean. 



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Men's Lacrosse Club 



The Bates Men's Club Lacrosse team has greatly increased in size and 
popularity since its first season in 2006. Club Lacrosse is a great option for anyone 
interested in experiencing the game of lacrosse at a college level regardless of skill or 
experience. Competition consists mostly of other schools throughout New England. 



\/lerimanders 



The Merimanders is the only female a capella 
group at Bates. The group has been around since 
1958, and sings a variety of musical genres, 
including oldies and current hits. We enjoy 
performing on campus, in many local and regional 
community service settings, and at other colleges. 
In the 2009-2010 year, the Merimanders had 15 
members from all four years. Tryouts are held at 
the beginning of the year 




Muchahada Association 




Mushahada Association is an association of the 
Muslim students and students interested in the 
Islamic faith at Bates. Mushahada is an Arabic word 
and means vision. The club aims at providing 
appropriate space for religious observances, and 
increasing awareness of Islam as a religion on the 
college campus through organizing a diverse range 
of activities, which also act as a platform for 
interaction between Muslim students on the campus 
and the college community as a whole. 



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Robinson Players 



The Robinson Players is the only student-run 
theater group on campus and one of the oldest 
clubs at Bates. The Rob Players are active in the 
Bates and Lewiston-Auburn communities, putting 
on full length and one act plays, children's shows, 
musicals and other events that are free and open 
to the public. Our group gives student performers, 
directors and designers of any experience or 
background a chance to hone their skills in a 
supportive and fun environment. 




See( 



Seed Magazine, Bates' literary magazine is a provocative, inspiring, and visually 
stimulating student run publication that features prose, poetry, photography, painting, 
and drawing by Bates students. Distributed once a semester Seed works to expose the 
artistic and eclectic talents of the Bates College student body. Every member of the 
Bates community is encouraged to submit different types of work. 



Strange Bedfellows 



The STRANGE BEDFELLOWS is the one and only 
improvisational comedy group at Bates. They perform both 
short-form as well as long-form improv and continually explore 
and experiment with different types of long-form improv 
structures such as the Harold, the Ascat, and the BAT, a show 
that is performed entirely in the dark! The Bedfellows perform 
biweekly at different venues all over campus as well as at 
venues in Lewiston such as The Blake Street Towers retirement 
home. They also perform at other colleges such as Skidmore 
College for the annual National College Comedy Festival that 
Skidmore hosts every year. The Bedfellows bring professional 
improv and sketch comedy groups to Bates, who in the past, 
have included The Upright Citizens Brigade Touring Company 
and The Late Night Players. The Bates community always 
eagerly anticipates the annual Bedfellow Holiday Show because 
it is the last show of first semester and it is the only scripted 
show that the Bedfellows write and rehearse prior to performing. 
The main goal of The Strange Bedfellows is to bring laughter to 
the Bates community and the surrounding areas of Lewiston 
and Auburn using the increasingly popular art form of 
improvisational comedy as a tool and a medium. 




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The Student 



Since 1875, the Student has been Bates College's student-run newspaper. Once a 
week, while school is in session, a paper is published with sections including news, 
forum/opinion, sports, and arts & living. We are constantly seeking talented writers, 
editors, cartoonists, layout designers, web designers, and business managers. Visit 
www.batesstudent.com to see an on-line version of our publication and keep up with 
Bates news. 



Students for Peace and Justice in Palestine 



students for Peace and Justice in Palestine is a club at Bates College that consists 
of students interested in the Palestine/Israel conflict. The members believe that the 
Palestinian narrative is not understood in the United States; thus, many injustices 
against Palestinians occur without notice. Therefore, it is the goal of this club to present 
the Palestinian narrative to Bates through speakers, movies, forums, and dialogs. This 
also entails political activism and active participation in campus organization and 
publications by the members to bring awareness of the Israeli's and Palestinians 
working for peace. We believe that understanding the Palestinian narrative is vital for a 
lasting peace process in the Middle East. As we educate more Americans about 
Palestinians then, as a nation, we can take the appropriate steps towards a sustainable 
and just peace. 



Takenote 




Takenote is one of the two co-ed a cappella 
groups on campus and the newest a cappella 
group on campus. We sing a variety of songs 
from wide spectrum of genres, from classic 
tunes like "Eleanor Rigby" by the Beatles to 
modern day hits like Maine's "All the Above". 
We love to perform and do so at every chance 
we get, whether it be at a small, intimate 
concert, a campus wide a cappella jam, or an 
event in the LA community. The a ccupella 
group consists of Emily Staszak '10, Pat Carroll 
'11, Amanda Goss '13, Chris Chiappetti '13, 
Swe Naing '12, Kate Fitzgerald '10, Hank Geng 
'13, AllegraScharff '11, Shannon Walsh '12, 
Severn Patolo '12, Kate Fetrow '13, Catherine 
Tuttle '13, Thomas Koshy '13, and Molly Mylius 
'11. 

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Men's Volleyball 



The Bates Men's Club Volleyball team is a competitive team, which competes within 
the NECVL league. There are no coaches so Bates students run the team. The team 
roster includes, Julian 'Bene; Ramirez, Paul Cocchiaro, Eric Brown, Nate Biagetti, Elise 
Edmonson, Carver Low, Antonio Lewis, Noah Cohn. 



Men's Water PoU 




The Bates Mens' Water Polo Team was much 
improved in their 2009 season. It may not be 
reflected in what appears to be a poor regular 
season record in 3-5 which tied them for fourth in 
the North Atlantic Division, but many of those 
games were decided by a few goals frequently 
going into overtime with misfortune seemingly 
always falling the clubs way. However, its leading 
scorers Jimmy Miller '12 and Mike Hanley '13 were 
able out gun their opponents and lead the team to 
a third place finish in the championship tournament. 
This was a major accomplishment for the club as 
they played the season with only ten athletes, a 
significantly smaller squad than all of their North 
Atlantic counter parts. With the team's roster only 
filled with under-classmen all under the age of 
twenty there is much potential for the club looking 
to next season. 



The Yearbook (Mirror) 



if you have yearbook experience, if you have no yearbook experience, if you like to 
write, take photos, or design, we think we have the place for you! The Mirror awaits 
your ideas. Even the least experienced person can make major contributions. We 
capture fragments of your wonderful Bates experience. Be part of the Bates history by 
joining the Mirror. Stop in and see us in Chase Hall, Room 215, or email us. 



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More Clubs... 



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Adricana Club ~ Amnesty International ~ Badmiton 
Club ~ Baha'l Association ~ Bates Democrats ~ 
Book Club ~ Catholic Student Community ~ 
Cinematography Club ~ Civil Libterties Union ~ 
Cycling Club ~ Dance Club ~ Education Club ~ 
Fencing Club- Fishing Club ~ Francophone Club ~ 
Hockey Club (Women) ~ {migrant Rights Advocacy 
Group ~ Investment Club ~ Italian Club ~ Juggling 
Club ~ Knit-Wits Club ~ Libertarians ~ Manic 
Optimists ~ Martial Arts Club ~ Model United mn^ 
Nations Club ~ Musicians Union ~ New World ni|B 
Coalition ~ Northfield ~ OUTFront ~ Photography ^mf 
Club ~ Physics Society ~ Pre-Health Professions 
Society ~ Psychology Club ~ Public Art Club ~ |H 

Republicans ~ Rugby Club (Men) ~ Rugby Club Jl 
(Women) ~ Sailing Club ~ Salaam Namaste ~ Sangai 
Asia ~ Sexual Anonymous ~ Shooting Association ~ 
Snowboarding Club (Shred Club) ~ Step Dance Club 
~ Students Against Poverty ~ Students Against 
Sexual Assault ~ Taiko Club ~ Ultimate Frisbee ~ 
Unitarian Universalist Association ~ Video Game 
Club ~ Water Skiing Club ~ Women's Water Polo ~ 
Women of Color ~ Women's Resource Center ~ 
Woodsmen Club - WRBC ~ Young Entrepreneurs 
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Jordan Asher Greenberg 

Malvern, PA 

Anthropology 




Olga Grigorenko 

Astoria, NY 

Art and Visual Culture 




kNjAMiN Irving Gorbach 

Easton, CT 

Biology 




Eleanor Christie Gourley 

Washington, D.C. 

Politics, Spanish 




Philip Greengard 

Chappaqua, NY 

Mathematics 




Eric Maximilian Grodman 
Staten Island, NY 

PSYCHOIOGY 




Lily Horwitz Gordon 

Scarsdale, NY 

Psychology 




Emily Sarah Grady 

Lihleton, ma 

Environmental Studies 




Matthev^ William Gregg 

Milton, MA 

History 




Christine Michelle Grover 

Portland, ME 

Psychology 



99 




Samuel VVillard ouilford 

Surry, ME 
Art and Visual Culture 




Nelson David Harris 

Erlenbach, Switzerland 

Politics 




Lily Anne Hecht-Leavitt 
Norfolk, VA 

Apt ai id Visual Culture 




Ryan Alexander Horvath 
Fort Myers, FL 




Kyle McDonnell Hagenbuch 

Campbell, NY 

Biology 




Lisa Ann LHartung 

Farmington, me 

Art and Visual Culture 




Benjamin Walter FHester 

Laguna Beach, CA 

Spanish 




100 



Economics- 



Neerai FHotchandani 

poughkeepsie, ny 

Classical and Medieval Studies 




Evan Davies Hancock 

Bloomfield Hills, Ml 

Psychology 




Zachary Rich Harwood 

Westborough, MA 

Psychology 




Connor Donovan Hogan 
Stow, MA 



French 




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StephanieJean Houle 

Pittsfield, NH 

History 




Melanie Rose Harkins 

Somerville, ma 

Psychology 




Syed Ibrahim Hasan 

Lahore, Pakistan 

Economics, Philosophy 




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Spencer Brook Holland 

Carlisle, MA 

Politics 




Alexandra Elizabeth Howard 

Larkspur, CA 

Rhetoric 




Sarah Carolyn Hunt 

hoboken, nj 

Philosophy 




■'iLLiAM Johnson 
Naples, FL 
Art and Visual Culture 




Elyse VictoriaJudice 
West Granby, CT 

Environmental Studies 




Nicole Fran Kahn 
Bellevue, WA 
Psychology 




Kyle Davidson Hutton 

Acton, MA 

Chinese, Environmental Studies 




Dittany Jane Johnston 

Winter Park, CO 

Chinese 




FJeidi Louise Judkins 
Farmington, me 

Art and Vimiai Culture 




Chomba Kaluba 



Mpika, Zambia 
Sociology 




Alexandra Emily Israel 

Burlington, VT 
Art and Visual Culture 




Jason MichaelJoseph 

Merrimack, NFH 

Mathematics 




kENDAN MCPHEE JULIAI 

Amherst, NFH 

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Natasha Sarah Karim 

Arlington, MA 

Biology 




Daniela Maureen Jaeckel 

White Plains, NY 

Chinese, Economics 




Christopher John Joyce 
Braintree, ma 

FilSTORY 




Zachary Everett Jylkka 

rockport, ma 

Sociology 




Andrew Elliot Karp 
Riverside, CT 
Philosophy 



101 




Ilya Alexandrovich Kashtelyan 

Saint Petersburg, Russia 

Psychology 




William Edward Kenny 
Stratham, NH 
Music 




Madison Korinne Kilbride 

La Canada, California 

Philosophy 




102 



Emily Danika Kuehn 

Tucson, AZ 

Neuroscience 




Glenn Gray Kelly 

Chevy Chase, MD 

Economics 




Amanda Marnell Kesselman 
Westport, CT 

English 




Kara Anne Kimball 

Haverhill, MA 

Women and GENPtk '"-undies 




Rachel Dawn Kurzius 

Ridgewood, New Jersey 

English, Women and Gender Studies 




Esther T. Kendall 

Ridgeway, Canada 

Art and Visual Culture, Psychology 




Andrew Samuel B. Kessner 

Bethesda, MD 

Economics 




Margaret Henrietta Koerber 
New Orleans, LA 
English, Theater 




Sarah Kristine Kwoh 

Pittsburgh, PA 

Economics 




Amy Catherine Keneally 

Wayland, ma 
Art and Visual Culture 




Tahira Rani Khalid 

Brooklyn, New York 

Women and Gender Studies 




Emma Leigh Krueger 
Austin, TX 

Chemistry 




Rachel Lillian Laaff 

Salem, MA 

History 




Kristin Marie LaConte 

Acton, MA 
Interdisciplinary Studies 




Elise Kathleen Lang 

Chevy Chase, MD 

Biology 




I-Iancy Ray Lappetito 

Plymouth, NH 

Psychology 




llLl,iABtlH ANNt LtbtKMAN 

Concord, NH 
History 




Andrew Robert Laflam 

Concord, NH 
Biological Chemistry 




Rebecca Hillary Lange 

New York, NY 

Psychology 




Jean Teachout Larmon 

Keene, NH 

Anthropology 




Julia Rinaldo Ltfc 

Ithaca, NY 

Sociology 




Daniel Lawrence LaFontaine 

Concord, NH 

Classical and Medieval Studies 




Ramona Lapadus 

Galati, Romania 

Economics, Spanish 




Anna Le 
Boston, MA 
Psychology 




Alison Murray Leonard 

North Granby, CT 

History 




Benjamin Pederson Lajoie 

hopkinton, nh 

Psychology 







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Ketner Lee Lappetito 

Manchester, MA 

Psychology 




//Illanie Ann Leard 

Bantam, CT 

Spanish 




Peter Benson Linsley 
topsfield, ma 
Chinese, Religion '"-^ 




Peter Hill Litwin 
Concord, MA 

History 




Mahhew Scott Lombardi 

Paxton, ma 

Biology 




Alexander Donald MacNaughton 
Scarsdale, NY 

HiST'Tr 




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Jessica Hope Martin 

Rockport, ma 

Politics 




Andrew Bouchard Livingston 

Waterville, me 

Economics 




Peter Martin MacArthur 

Lewiston, me 

French 




Sandra Alin Mancilla 
Chino, CA 

Hisj - 




Avery Elizabeth Masters 

Mill Valley, CA 

Rhetoric, Spanish 




Jonathan George Lobozzo 

New Gloucester, ME 

Spanish 




George Alistair MacDonald 

OssiNiNG, New York 

Music 




Ryan Patrick Manneuy 

New Canaan, CT 

Economics 




Abby Ross Mays 

Cambridge, MA 

Sociology 




Roy William Walley Lockhart 

Needham, ma 

History 




Morgan Elizabeth Maciewic: 

Marblehead, ma 

Psychology 




Abigail Lynne Marshall 

North Andover, MA 

History 




Maura Murphy McGee 
Manchester, NH 
French, Politics 




Sean James McGowen 

Falmouth, ME 

Physics 




Richard Conrad McNeil 

Lawrence, MA 

Music 




Gabriel Corey Mirman 
West Hartford, CT 



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Kristen Elisabeth Moreau 
Waccabuc, New York 
Art and Visual Culture 




Bradley Thomas McGraw 

gorham, me 

Economics 




Russell Taylor Milholland 

Freeport, ME 

Environmental Studies 




Courtney Comstock Mitchell 
Fairfield, CT 
Psychology 




Elliot Lawrence Moscow 

Coral Springs, FL 

Economics 




Jean Marie McIntyre 

Marshfield, ma 
Mathematics, Physics 




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Christopher James Miller 
Greenwich, CT 
Classical and Medieval Studies 




Emily Kathryn Monty 

Bedford, NFH 
Art and Visual Culture 




AbHLtiGH Alexa Musser 

Seahle, WA 

African American Studies, Spanish 




Caitlin Elizabeth McKitrick 
Norwell, ma 
Anthropology 




Elizabeth Barnard Miller 

Woodstock, VT 

English 




Kathryn Amy Moraros 

North Yarmouth, ME 

Biology, Theater 




L>'Aviu Ialmud Myerson 
Dover, MA 
Economics 



105 




Tram Ngoc Bich Nguyen 

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam 

Economics, Mathematics 




Alicia Nadia Orkisz 

Bridgewater, CT 

English 




Kaleigh Ann Pare 
Bradford, MA 

AnTHROP''-'?G' 




Margaret Elliot Pennoyer 
New York, NY 
Sociology ■ 




Holly Lou Noyes 

Albion, ME 

Politics 




Maya Liann Ovrutsky 
Florence, MA 
Anthropology 




Chiara Marta Passerini 

Rome, Italy 
Art and Visual Culture 




106 



Sydney Proctor Perkins 
Bath, ME 
Sociology 




Jorie Vv'ren Ohlson 

Conway, NH 

Psychology 




Alyssa Danielle Pagano 

Highland Falls, NY 

English 




Graham Everett Pearson 

Irvington, NY 

History 




GiNA Francesca Petracca 

Irvine, CA 

Psychology 




James Joseph O'Keefe IV 

Lexington, MA 

Biology 




NoLA Joy Palombo 

Greenville, RI 

Physics 




Marilla Christine Pender-Cudli 

torrington, ct 

Chemistry 




Ngoc Hong Pham 

Sharon, MA 

Biological Chemistry, History 






Anthony Andrew Phillips 

Philadelphia, PA 

African American Studies, Philosophy 



Ryan William Pollie 

Bryn Mawr, pa 

Music 




Emily Baxter Pressman 

New Canaan, CT 

Economics 




Douglas Warren Ray 

PinSBURGH, PA 

East Asian Studies, Theater 




Molly Grace Richmond 

South Freeport, ME 
Art and Visual Culture 



Baijing Qin 
Waltham, MA 

Biology, Economics, Neuroscience 




Katherine Downing Reilly 

Merrimack, NH 

Psychology 




Peter Wilson Robinson 

Haddonfield, NJ 

Philosophy 



Dana Florence Pool 

Salt Lake City, UT 

Economics 




Molly Emma Radis 

Peaks Island, ME 

Psychology 




Sarah Bolan Reingold 
Oakland, CA 
Psychology 




FHannah Jean Roebuck 

Canaan, Nh 
Environmental Studies 




Laura Naman Poppick 

Chappaqua, NY 

Geology 




Adam Colin Rawlings 

Guilford, CT 

Philosophy 



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iviicHAEL Jeremy Reiss 

RocKviLLE Centre, NY 

Psychology 




Christine Ellen Roemer 
Rumson, NJ 
Psychology 



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Erica Rochelle Rogoff 

Carlisle, MA 

Politics 




ZoE Elizabeth Rosenthal 

Chapel Hill, NC 

Politics 




Matthew Sean Ryan 
Schenectady, NY 

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108 



Michaela Rose Schneier 

Wilton, CT 

English 




Whitney Amy Roller 

Haverford, pa 

History 




Daniel Johan Rosenzweig 

Cheltenham, PA 

Psychology 




Nichola:^ Charles Sampson 
Yarmouth, ME 

Environmental Studies 




Megan Colcord Schoenbaum 

South Orange, NJ 

History 




Daniel Oliver Roop 

Littleton, MA 

Geology 




Annaliese Kathryn Rudis 

North Andover, MA 

Politics 




Abigail Webb Samuelson 

Freeport, me 

Sociology 



Emma Towner Scott 

Philadelphia, PA 

Art and Visual Culture, French 




Sarina Simon Rosenthal 

Potomac, MD 

Politics 




Elisabeth Huntington Russell 

West Hartford, CT 

Spanish 




LiNDSEY Marie Scherer 

Carmel, in 

Neuroscience 




Shawn Hillary Sendar 

Potomac, MD 

Psychology 




Peter Michael Senzamici 

rockport, ma 

History 




Benjamin Andrew Shasha 

Teuuride, CO 

Economics 




Virginia Leigh Smadbeck 

North Salem, NY 

Psychology 




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San Francisco, CA 

Politics, Theater 




Lillian Jean Sheridan 

Sante Fe, NM 

Sociology 




Sara Lu-Ming Sinicropi-Yao 

Waban, ma 

Sociology 




Anne Taylor Smith 

Larchmont, NY 

Chinese, English 



David Shalleck-Klein 
T — "A Park, MD 

- OLITICS 




Ariela Rachel Silberstein 
New York, NY 

FJ I STORY 




uk.wM Michael SiNiioALLi 

West FHartford, CT 
Interdisciplinary Studies 




Laura AsHWORTH Smith 
Boulder, CO 
Psychology 




Lauren Paige Shapiro 
Chappaqua, NY 
Neuroscience 




Michelle Claire Silverman 

Poughkeepsie, NY 

Psychology 




Lauren Elizabeth Slipp 
Woodstock, Canada 

French, Mi ^ ' i ice 



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PinSFIELD, ME . 

Theater 



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Allison Iilizabeth Spangler 

New York, NY 

Art and Visual Culture 




Mark Philip Stehlik 
Buffalo, NY 
Philosophy 




Kara Allison Sullivan 

Natick, ma 

Biology 




Kevin Jacob Thorson 
110 Storrs, CT 

Economics, Spanish 




Emma Alden Sprague 

Winchester, MA 
Art and Visual Culture 




Allison Abbott Stiles 

Rochester, NY 

Psychology 




Lillian Claire Sulli.. 
Telluride, CO 
Anthropology 




Rachel Straus Tofel 

New York, NY 

Art and Visual Culture 




Elizabeth Catherine Stahler 

Lyndonville, VT 

Economics 




■ Alexander Sull 

Seoul, Republic of Korea 

Politics 




Andrea Heaton Svigals 

Guilford, CT 
Art and Visual Culture 




Emily Elaine Staszak 

Auburn, ME 

Classical and Medieval studies 




Conor Blair Sullivan 
Mollis, NH 
Economics 




Regina Marie Tavani 

Nashua, NH 

English 




Eleanor Hitchcock Torrey 

Cambridge, MA 

Environmental Studies 



LiLA Francesa Totino 

hopkinton, ma 

Psychology 




Emily Olsen Treat 
Dresner, PA 
Psychology 




Phoebe Ackart Uricchio 

West Hartford, CT 

Religion 




Marguerite Leigh WAki- 
Henniker, NH 
Psychology 




Larlos Challen Willemsen 

Guatemala City, Guatemala 

Environmental Studies 




kNjAMiN Nichols Trook 

Weston, MA 

History 




MaRIl-UL I ;■ .'v'OST ViGNEAU' 

Canton, CT 

Theater 




Elizabeth Tudor Weidner 

West Simsbury, CT 
Art and Visual Culture 




Catherine Ann Wilson 
Groton, ma 
Anthropology 




Helena Shaelyn Turner 

Manchester, MA 

Neuroscience 




David Brendan Walsh 

Wayne, ME 
Economics, History 




Marlena Ruth Weinberg 

Tampa, FL 

Sociology 




Julia Trainor Wilson 

Portsmouth, RI 

Biology 




Brynne Elizabeth Underhill 

Jamestown, RI 

Psychology 




QiNGLAN Wang 

Honolulu, HI 
East Asian Studies 




Michael John Wenc 
longmeadow, ma 

Hi STOP/ 




Nicole /'■ylARiE Wineland-Ihomson 
Watertown, MA 
Anthropology ' ' ' 



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WOOSTER, OH 

Psychology 






Nathalie Cope Woolworth 


Lauren Z. Yanofsky 


Krystina Marie Zaykowski 


Alexia Yaya Zhang 


Charlottesville, VA 


Belmont, MA 


Brooklyn, NY 


Berlin, CT 


Anthropology 


History 


Art and Visual Culture 


Neuroscience 



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Nicholas Edward Anania 

Edward Daniel Arsnow 

Evan Taylor Bagley 

Zachary Adam Bain 

Matthew Patrick Bannon 

David Blair Barrett Jr. 

Alexi Benhamou 

Jerome BennettJr. 

John Thomas Berry 

Adam William Blythe 

Henry Richard Bodkin 

Jared Bok 

Samuel Evan Boyer 

Douglas Paul Brecher 

Eric Alexander Brown 

Natalie Ruth Brown 

William James Brunnquell 

W.J. Benjamin Bunker 

Barbara Lee Byers 

Jacob Paul Cash 

Rebecca Mary Chacko 

Kevin Chambers 

Thomas Pierce Chapman 

Wesley Menard Chaput 

Paul Michael Cocchiaro 

Maayan Raquel Cohen 

Custer Hess Cook 

Brandon Stirling Cooper 

Alexander Goodman Cronstein 

Christopher Charles Dahlin 

Beau Jack Sunil Dahms 

Elizabeth Whitney Denham 

Molly Clark Dilworth 

Alexandra B. Disney 

Dennis Francis Donovan 

Danica Anne Doroski 

Alexander Haynes Downs 

Katelyn Elizabeth Drake 

Kate Blum Eisenpress 

NinaTherese Emmi 

Justin David Faurer 

Zachary D. Fenno 

Clara Serling Finley 

Mark Joseph Flaherty 

Jillian Albright Fogarty 

Robert Sydney Friedlander 

Craig Edward Friedman 

Chad Demgen Frisbie 

Steven Mikio Fukuda 

Peter Samuel Garber 

Alexander Thomas Gentilli 

Madeleine Reed Glennon 

Rose Levine Gold 

Peter Dunham Goodwin 

JeanMarie Elizabeth Gossard 




James Constantine Grant 

Genevieve Margheritta Gruss 

Jean Crocker Gulliver 

Gregory Fernando Gumbs 

Whitney Catherine Harrison 

John Whitney Harvey 

Marshall Elijah Hatch Jr. 

Christine Hayek 

Grainne Mariel Connatty Hebeler 

Alexander Curran Hernandez 

Christopher Malcolm Hertz 

Daniel Geoffrey Himes ^ 

Peter William Hudson 

Robin Qiuhong Hunsicker 

William T.Jennings 

Jun Seong Jeong 

Charles Weldon Johnson 

Nathaniel Nayder Johnson 

Mark Haynes Johnston 

Emaan Karamatullah 

Sartaj Ahmed Khan Mojlish 

Patrick TuLLY King 

LiNA Kong Win Chang 

Kira Earl Kramlich 

Ryan Elman Langendorf 

Hannah Magee Laverty 

Jennifer Susan Lee 

Joshua Abram Linscott 

Guang Sheng Liu 

Mao-Hsin Liu 

William Vienne Loopesko 

Blaise Christopher Lucey 

Katie Jane Mack 

Alexander Nicholas Macrokanis 

MichaelJames Maffia 

KusH Mahan 

Matthew George Marienthal 

Elizabeth Valentine Martin 

Kyle Stockton McAllister 

Lisa Michelle McClellan 

Colleen Louise McManus 

Alberto Sella Means 

Justin Michael Medeiros 

Alix Elizabeth Melamed 

Evan Miller Michaelson 

Anita Mohandas 

Jennifer Wilkins Morse 

William Robert Eberhard Mortimer 

Benjamin Olive Motley 

Jeremy Anderson Muench 

Naima Lorraine Murphy 

Michael Brice Nadler 

Garrett Matthew Nichols 

Adam Bradford Nielson 

Michael Patrick O'Gorman 



James Charles Packard 

Henry Sorrell Parker 

Tucker Lockwood Pawlick 

Alexandra Elo Piacquad 

Christopher Thomas Piazza 

Avery Lawton Pierce 

Harold Riker Poole 

Nelish Pradhan 

Evan Charles Procknow 

Julian Sergei Benedikt Ramirez 

Christopher David Ray 

Mahhew Bryant Reynolds 

Kate Jesse Riser 

Daniela Caterina Marcella Lidia Ritter 

Jeffrey Carlton Roeser 

Samantha Regina Rothkopf 

Don Amrit Rupasinghe 

MiMi Sanada 

Cory James Sanderson 

Danielle Astrid Schaefers 

Michael Frank Schena 

Erwin Rudolph Schmidt IV 

Kurt William Schuler 

Matthew Michael Sherburne 

Navpaul Singh Sidhu 

Margo Rebecca Silverman 

Peter Adam Simon 

Sarah DeLong Simpkins 

Brendan Ramond Small 

Benjamin Keeler Smeltzer 

Judson Tucker Smith 

Griffin Charles Stabler 

Courtney Allyn Stachowski 

Michael Joseph Stafford 

Paul James Stanton Jr. 

MacEgan James Starrett 

Alexandra E. Strada 

Luke Collier Strathmann 

LixiN Tang 

Daniel Peter Tausanovitch 

Emily Milliken Taylor 

Alice Fox Thompson 

Lindsay Sanders Thomson 

Hans Perkins Tobiason 

William Powell Treacy III 

Julia Leopold Wagner 

Conor Sweeney Welch 

Nathan Harry Winebaum 

Sean Davis Wirth 

Nicholas Childs Woods 

Miljan Zecevic 



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STOPPED TO enjoy THE COOL BREEZE BLOWING IN ACROSS THE 

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across using ice picks and crampons, then 

repelled down into A CREVICE, DRANK WATER 
STRAIGHT FROM THE BOTTOM, AND CLIMBED BACK 

UP. This photo, which includes me, was taken 

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beyond a tropical vacation. traveling among islands, 

staying in remote villages, and snorkeling in coral 

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ENTITLED MULTI-CULTURAIISM AND SOCIAL ChaNGE. ThIS 
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By: Jane Pauley 

"We like to believe that we really do know the broadcast journalists who tell us 
stories. Like some of you here, I often talk back to my news reporters. Thus, many 

OF us HERE TODAY CONSIDER JaNE PaULEY AN ACQUAINTANCE, IF NOT SOMETHING OF A 

FRIEND." 

-AssociATiE Professor of Rhetoric Stephanie Kelley-Romano 

'd like to pick up where a wise thinker ended off. One word that I hope you haven't forgotten: Sunscreen 

GUESS I've been fairly successful being Jane Pauley. But I wish I had enjoyed it more. I wish I had worried less about how 

VIORE successful I MIGHT HAVE BEEN IF I HAD BEEN A LITTLE MORE LIKE BARBARA WaLTER. Or DiANE SaWYER, KaTIE CoURIC. I'm 
\LWAYS BEING COMPARED TO THE BEST OF THE BEST AT SOMETHING OR OTHER THAT THEY HAPPENED TO DO THE BEST. BuT, OF COURSE, IT 
,^AS mostly ME DOING THE COMPARING. 

WAS ODDLY RELIEVED TO READ IN A BIOGRAPHY OF MaRK TwAIN THAT HE SUFFERED COMPARISONS TOO. As THE STORY WENT, TWAIN WAS 
HAVING AN EXTENDED HOUSE GUEST OF THE WRITER BrET HaRTE. TwAIN WAS AWARE THAT HaRTE HAD A DEADLINE TO MEET. He KNOWS 
HAT HaRTE Is DEEPLY IN DEBT AND BADLY NEEDS THE MONEY. 

'wain KNOWS THIS BECAUSE HaRTE OWES MONEY TO MaRK TwAIN, WHO ALSO BADLY NEEDS THE MONEY. AnD YET, INSTEAD OF 
3ETTING TO WORK, TWAIN WATCHES HIS GUEST DINE AND DRINK UNTIL 1 o'CLOCK IN THE MORNING, AT WHICH POINT MaRK TwAIN 
:iETIRED AND HaRTE, FINALLY, GETS TO WORK, TAKING MORE DRINK WITH HIM. BuT AT 9 A.M. TWAIN WAKES TO FIND HIS HOUSEGUEST 
lOBER AND DONE. He's WRITTEN THE STORY, AND ONE OF THE BEST HE WOULD EVER WRITE. HoW COULD HE DO THAT SO EFFORTLESSLY? 

A/eLL WE KNOW THAT SaMUEL ClEMENS, AKA MaRK TwAIN, PRODUCED A FEW MASTERPIECES OF HIS OWN BUT HE WOULD HAVE HAD TO 
VORK AT IT FOR WEEKS. TWAIN WAS PARTICULARLY IMPRESSED THAT HaRTE COULD WORK BEST UNDER PRESSURE. WeLL, CHANCES ARE THAT 
^RET HAD BEEN THINKING OF THAT STORY FOR A LONG TIME. ThE CHARACTERS, THE ELEMENTS, MARINATING IN HIS BRAIN CONSCIOUSLY 
DR UNCONSCIOUSLY. GETTING IT ON PAPER AT LAST ONLY APPEARED SPONTANEOUS. PlUS, HE MAY HAVE REQUIRED CRUSHING PRESSURE TO 
EVERAGE OPEN THAT CREATIVE DOOR. BuT APPARENTLY, MaRK TwAIN NEVER GOT OVER IT. 

VIeANWHILE, as we're ALL MEASURING OURSELVES AGAINST SOMEONE ELSE, WE'rE NOT THINKING ABOUT THE THINGS THAT WE DO PRETTY 

VELL. This was a story told to Bill Moyers by an artist who was a young man, lucky to have been discovered by a 

:EN0WNED editor who saw the talent beneath his rough sketches. She encouraged him to write a children's PICTURE BOOK. 

He proposed the title. Where the Wild Horses Are. 

^UT soon he made a terrible discovery: He could not draw horses. Now the editor might have said, "Go practice. How 

iARD ARE HORSES?" INSTEAD THE EDITOR SAID, "ThINK ABOUT WHAT YOU CAN DRAW." So HE THOUGHT AND THE IMAGES THAT CAME TO 
HIM WERE OF HIS IMMIGRANT RELATIVES, THE PEOPLE IN HIS CHILDHOOD WHO DRESSED FUNNY AND HAD TERRIBLE TEETH AND SAID THINGS 
IKE, "I COULD JUST EAT YOU UPl" INSTEAD OF HORSES HE USED THESE BOYHOOD MEMORIES FOR INSPIRATION FOR THE DRAWINGS THAT NO 
)OUBT INSPIRED YOU AS CHILDREN: WhERE THE WiLD ThINGS ArE MaURICE SeNDAK. 

How OFTEN WE GET HUNG UP ON WHAT WE CAN't DO. ThINK ABOUT WHAT YOU CAN. AnD IF YOU CAN't THINK OF ANYTHING, KEEP 
HINKING. I'll LEAVE YOU WITH SOMETHING ELSE TO THINK ABOUT. I SAW THIS NEWSPAPER HEADLINE: "INSPIRATION IS EVERYWHERE. BuT 
OU HAVE TO BE LOOKING." 

i^LASs OF 2010: Congratulations, and may you find inspiration everywhere you look. 



Commencement 2010 Remarks 

By: Rennie Harris 



"There are phenomena that are unimaginable until they happen so radically do 

THEY ASK US TO RECONCEIVE OUR IDEAS OF WHAT IS POSSIBLE. ReNNIE HaRRIS IS AN ARTIST 
whose work has done THIS, DEMONSTRATING THAT THE REALMS OF THE PHYSICAL AND THE 
^METAPHYSICAL EXIST IN DEEP CONVERSATION. It HAS BEEN HaRRIs's GREAT ACHIEVEMENT TO 
ALLOW US TO SEE THAT THE WORLD IS KNITTED IN THE MOST UNEXPECTED AND PROFOUND 

WAYS." -Trustee Geraldine FitzGerald 'y^ 

Today, I would like to share with you a few insights that hip-hop has taught me that I hope will 
help you at this next phase of your journey. 

Today is an important time for both of us; for all of us. 

I'm A BIG BELIEVER IN SEIZING THE MOMENT AND UNDERSTANDING THAT THE MOMENT IS ONLY REAL. 

Nothing else is real. This podium, this conversation that we're having is real. It's tangible. We 
CAN touch it. Everything before we can't touch anymore. It's a memory. It's fading. 

In dealing with the moment I realized that I was shaping my reality and setting up a series of 

MOMENTS for THE REST OF MY LIFE. In DOING THAT, I REALIZED THAT We'rE OFTEN TAUGHT STRUCTURE AS A 
GUIDELINE. I REALIZE THAT STRUCTURE IS NOT A GUIDELINE WE ARE ABLE TO ABLE TO FALL OFF THE PATH AND GET 
BACK ON. 

One OF THE OTHER INSIGHTS THAT CAME TO ME WAS THAT PERSISTENCY AND CONSISTENCY WIN OUT. As 
LONG AS I'm persistent AND CONSISTENT, I WILL BE SUCCESSFUL. 

When I was about 26 or 27, for some strange reason I started to think about my life a little bit. I 

started to ask myself, what I WANT TO DO WHEN I GROW UP. EvERYONE WAS ASKING ME THAT SINCE I WAS 
8 OR 9, so I THOUGHT I WOULD ASK MYSELF. I KNEW I WANTED TO PROVIDE FOR MY FAMILY. I WANTED TO BE 
SUCCESSFUL AT WHATEVER I DID. 

So I CREATED THIS LITTLE LIST: THREE COLUMNS. OnE WAS B.S. ThE OTHER WAS P.M. AnD THE OTHER WAS 
CM. 

At THE END OF THE DAY I WOULD LOG DOWN ALL OF THE THINGS THAT I DID THAT DAY. I TALKED TO MY BROTHER 
ABOUT THE EaGLES AND WHY THEY CAN't WIN THE SuPER BoWL. ThAT WAS B.S.; I PUT IT IN THE B.S. COLUMN. 
I TALKED TO A FRIEND ABOUT A POTENTIAL PROJECT FOR A PLAY; THAT WAS IN THE P.M. COLUMN FOR "POTENTIAL 

Money." We got the grant for this play, and it moved over to the CM. column: "Confirmed 
Money." 



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\S YOU CAN IMAGINE, MY B.S. COLUMN WAS ABOUT TWO PAGES LONG AND I HAD MAYBE ONE OR TWO 
■HINGS IN THE P.M. AND CM. COLUMNS. EVENTUALLY AFTER LOGGING THIS FOR TWO MONTHS, I STARTED TO 
5EE THAT THE B.S. COLUMN STARTED TO SHRINK AND THE OTHER TWO COLUMNS WERE FULL. ThIS KEPT ME ON 
"RACK WITH WHAT I WAS DOING AND WHERE I WANTED TO GO. I MADE THAT DECISION TO DO IT. I MADE A 
:OMMiTMENT, A CONSCIOUS DECISION TO SAY, "ThIS IS WHAT I WANTED TO DO." FiNALLY. 

[he OTHER INSIGHT I WOULD LIKE TO SAY, IS MORE OR LESS BASED ON THE THREE LAWS OF HiP-HOP: 
NDIVIDUALITY, CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION. NoW THAT I'VE MADE MY COLUMN, I'M HAVING A SENSE OF 
DENTITY. I KNOW WHO I AM. I'M PUSHED OR INSPIRED TO BE CREATIVE AND TO THINK OUTSIDE OF THE BOX. 
\|OT ACCEPT THE NORM. So, IF I WAS DANCING I CAN't FLIP ANYMORE BUT LET's SAY IF I HAD TO DO FOUR 
■LIPS, BACK HANDSPRINGS. I'd DO SIX OR SEVEN, JUST TO BE OUTSIDE OF THE BOX. INSTEAD OF WEARING MY 
'ANTS ON THE RIGHT SIDE, I TURNED THEM INSIDE-OUT. AnD TODAY FOR MY HIP-HOPPERS, I PUT MY HAT TO THE 
>IDE, JUST SO THAT I COULD BE CREATIVE AND HAVE A SENSE OF INDIVIDUALITY. 

"his helped me ON MY JOURNEY. ThE LAST THING I WANT TO GIVE YOU INSIGHT ON IS THE MOST IMPORTANT 
^ND MY FAVORITE. MOVEMENT IS THE LAST MANIFESTATION OF YOUR REALITY. MOVEMENT IS THE LAST 
^MANIFESTATION OF YOUR REALITY. WhAT YOU DO IS WHO YOU ARE. NoT WHAT YOU SAY. YoU KNOW A 
'ERSON LOVES YOU BECAUSE WHAT THEY DO FOR YOU AND HOW THEY CONSIDER YOU. If YOU ARE A PERSON 
VHO IS ALWAYS LATE, ACKNOWLEDGE THAT YOU ARE ALWAYS LATE AND MOVE FORWARD. AlWAYS REMEMBER 
HAT MOVEMENT IS THE LAST MANIFESTATION OF YOUR REALITY. TaKE ACTION. DeFINE YOUR REALITY. 

\nD as you move on after TODAY, THE LAST THING I'M GOING TO ASK YOU TO REMEMBER IS TO REMEMBER 
VHO YOU ARE AS SPIRITS ON THIS PLANET AND WHY YOU CAME HERE. WhY YOU CAME HERE TO HAVE THIS 
;XPERIENCE. You CAME HERE TO UNDERSTAND LOVE ON MANY, MANY LEVELS. YoUR FAMILY, YOUR IMMEDIATE 
OVE; YOUR SPOUSES, YOUR FRIENDS, THE PEOPLE THAT YOU MEET, THE HUMAN RACE. ThIS IS THE REASON WE 
\RE HERE. 

\nD in UNDERSTANDING THAT, I ASK YOU, AS YOU GO OUT AND BEGIN TO CHANGE THE WORLD, TO ALWAYS 
::EMEMBER when you're looking down at someone, when you FIND YOURSELF LOOKING DOWN, MAKE 
;URE THAT YOUR HAND IS REACHED OUT TO HELP THEM UP. ThIS IS THE ONLY TIME YOU SHOULD LOOK DOWN AT 
vNYONE IS WHILE YOU'rE PULLING THEM UP. 

kEMEMBER individuality, CREATIVITY, INNOVATION; REMEMBER WHO YOU ARE A SPIRITS ON THIS PLANET; 
EMEMBER TO ALWAYS PULL THE NEXT MAN OR WOMEN UP; AND MOST OF ALL REMEMBER TO BE TRUE TO 
■QURSELF, AND THAT YOU ARE THE ONLY PERSON THAT HAS THE ANSWER. No ONE ELSE HAS THE ANSWER. It IS 
VITHIN YOU. I THANK YOU, AND I WISH YOU WEALTH, HEALTH, AND KNOWLEDGE OF SELF. 



Commencement 2010 Remarks 
By: James J. McCarthy 



"Mark Twain ended his famous essay about the "dazzling uncertainty" of New 
England weather with this sentence: "One cannot make the words too strong." 

Faced with the dazzling reality and epic challenge of global climate change, 
researcher and public intellectual James McCarthy has chosen bold and strong 
language to communicate the gravity of his and other researchers' findings." 

-Trustee Mary Henderson Pressman '78, P'lO 

In Mike Nichols' 1967 film, The Graduate, Dustin Hoffman's character, Benjamin Braddock, has 

JUST GRADUATED FROM A SMALL NeW EnGLAND COLLEGE, AND HIS PARENTS THROW HIM A PARTY AT THEIR LoS 

Angeles home. Mr. McGuire, a friend of Ben's father, takes Ben aside. The conversation ensues: 

Mr. McGuire: I just want to say one word, just one word. 

Ben: Yes, sir. 

Mr. McGuire: Are you listening? 

Ben: Yes I am. 

Mr. McGuire: Plastics. 

Now, Bates College, Class of 2010, my one word to you, just one word: "Boundaries." 

I'll be some of you thought I would be talking about the ocean or climate, subjects dear to my 
heart. But I was given five minutes and it would take me an hour to talk about the oceans or 
climate. Besides, the oceans and climate are all about boundaries. 

So, unlike Mr. McGuire, Mr. McCarthy will now elaborate, with the help of a poem. "Mending 
Wall," written in 1915 by Robert Frost, truly New England's poet and a Bates honorary degree 
recipient in 1936, causes I TO reflect on boundaries. The poet's neighbor says, "Good fences 

MAKE GOOD NEIGHBORS." ThE POET CONTINUES: 

Spring is the mischief in me, and I wonder 
If I could put a notion in his head: 
"Why do they make good neighbors? Isn't it 
Where there are cows? 

But HERE THERE are NO cows. 

Before I built A wall I'd ASK TO KNOW 
What I was walling in or walling out. 
And to whom I was like to give offence. 
Something there is that doesn't love a wall. 
That wants it down." 



So HOW DO WE VIEW A WALL OR A BOUNDARY? Is IT A BORDER OR A LIMIT WHICH BOUNDS OR RESTRICTS OUR THOUGHTS AND 
FRAVELS? Is IT AN EDGE OR A MARGIN OR PERIPHERY, WHICH IS PERHAPS MORE NEUTRAL BUT STILL UNINVITING? Or IS IT A 
FRONTIER WHICH IS INVITING, CHALLENGING AND FULL OF OPPORTUNITY. 

i INVITE YOU TO REFLECT FOR A MOMENT ACROSS THE BLUR OF THESE PAST FOUR YEARS OF YOUR EXPERIENCES AT BaTES UPON THE 
BOUNDARIES YOU HAVE DISCOVERED, EXPLORED BECAUSE YOU PERCEIVE THEM AS INVITING, CHALLENGING AND FULL OF 
OPPORTUNITY. In a CLASSROOM FOR SURE, BUT ALSO IN YOUR DAY-TO-DAY INTERACTIONS WITH FELLOW STUDENTS AND YOUR 
EXTRACURRICULAR PURSUITS AND IN MOMENTS OF QUIET CONTEMPLATION ON THIS BEAUTIFUL CAMPUS. 

For some of you this was the discovery that you could excel in an area of study or PERFORMANCE, OR THOROUGHLY 
ENJOY SOME FRIVOLOUS PASSION THAT SEEMED SOMEHOW BEYOND WHAT YOU COULD HAVE IMAGINED POSSIBLE OR EVEN 
POSSIBLY INTERESTING. 

-OR SOME OF YOU, THIS WAS THE OPPORTUNITY TO LIVE, TO TRULY LIVE, IN A COMMUNITY THAT EXPANDED YOUR SENSE OF THE 
HUMAN FAMILY, FROM ONE OF PARENTS, CHILDREN, SIBLINGS AND COUSINS, WHICH INTIMATELY SHARE BLOOD, CULTURE AND 
3ELIEFS, TO ONE THAT SHARES BLOOD MORE DISTANTLY AND EXPRESSES A RANGE OF CULTURES AND BELIEFS THAT ARE SOMETIMES 
CONTRASTING OR EVEN CONTRADICTORY. 

N THE "Mending Wall," Frost talks about replacing boulders that have fallen from the wall: 

We have to use a spell to make them balance: 
"Stay where you are until our backs are turnedi" 

Balancing on the boundary can be some of the most exciting territory of all It is the space that people who 
lhink of themselves as daring often rush across. but lingering there on the boundary can be especially 

REWARDING. ThESE BALANCED MOMENTS CAN ALLOW ONE TO GROW IN UNDERSTANDING OF THE FLOW THAT MOVES IN EACH 
:)IRECTION ACROSS THE BOUNDARY. OnLY BY PAUSING AT THE BOUNDARY CAN YOU UNDERSTAND THAT THE FLOW IN EACH 
DIRECTION TRULY HAS IN COMMON WITH THE OTHER, AND FROM THIS EMERGES A WONDERFUL GIFT: NeW UNDERSTANDING 
AND APPRECIATION OF WHOLE WORLDS OF IDEAS THAT APPEAR TO STAND APART, AND THIS CAN BE AN EXTRAORDINARY 
OPPORTUNITY FOR CREATIVITY. 

My WISH FOR YOU AS YOU GO FORWARD TO CARVE YOUR FUTURE AND MAKE YOUR MARK, IS THAT YOU WILL NEVER BE DAUNTED 
3Y BOUNDARIES, THAT YOU WILL FIND THEM TO BE A SOURCE OF LIFE-ENRICHING DISCOVERY. 



Savor your moments on the boundaries. Seek the mending-wall spell that allows you the gift of balance. Work 

"O PROVE THAT ALL OF US CAN BE EVEN BETTER NEIGHBORS WITHOUT FENCES AS YOU, BaTES ClASS OF 2010, COMMENCE TO 
APPLY YOURSELVES TO THE PROBLEMS THAT WILL DEFINE YOUR GENERATION. 

So, RETURNING TO THE DIALOG BETWEEN Mr. McGuIRE AND Ben: 

Mr. McGuire: Plastics. 

3en: Exactly how do you mean? 

Mr. McGuire: There is a great future in plastics. Think about it. Will you think about it? 

^en: Yes, I will. 

VIr. McGuire: Shhh. Enough said. That's a deal. 



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Boundaries! Congratulations Class of 2010. 



Commencement 2010 Remarks 
By: Teresa K. Woodruff 



Imagine the despair of a young woman whose fertility might be compromised as a result o[ 

CANCER TREATMENTS. NeXT, IMAGINE HER RESPONSE WHEN SHE LEARNS OF A PROMISING NEW 
TECHNIQUE, DESCRIBED BY Dr. WoODRUFF JUST A FEW WEEKS AGO DURING THE ANNUAL MEETING OF 

THE American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, for preserving ovarian tissue 

TO safeguard THE FUTURE FERTILITY EVEN OF THE YOUNGEST CANCER SURVIVORS. ThE PROMISE OFFERED 

TO THIS WOMAN TO SO MANY WOMEN IS A REMARKABLE ONE. AnD THIS PROMISE CAPTURES THE 

FRAGILE YET UNIVERSALLY POWERFUL IDEA THAT DRIVES Dr. WoODRUFF's WORK. It IS CALLED "hOPE."" 

-Trustee Sarah Risley Pearson 'y^ 



My co-honorary degree recipients and I represent the kinds of people that you can become, with 
stories of accomplishments, challenges, opportunities, perseverance, optimism and sometimes 

LUCK that are the INGREDIENTS OF THE FUTURE THAT EACH OF YOU WILL FACE. 

I LOOK FORWARD TO THE WORLD THAT YOU WILL CREATE AFTER YOU LEAVE BaTES AND STRIKE OUT ON YOUR OWN 
pathways of DISCOVERY. CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OF YOU. 

1 AM A SCIENTIST AND MY FIELD OF STUDY IS REPRODUCTIVE SCIENCE, AND, IN PARTICULAR, PROVIDING FERTILITY 
options for YOUNG PEOPLE FACING A STERILIZING CANCER TREATMENT. ThIS FIELD PROVIDES PERHAPS A SHOR 

parable that may be illustrative to each of you on this day, as you move into that great future that 
you will create. 

Nearly 40 years ago, this nation set out on a mission to study cancer and develop new 
treatments that would diagnose the disease earlier, treat the cancer more aggressively, and 

ENSURE THAT A CANCER DIAGNOSIS WAS NOT AN IMMEDIATE DEATH SENTENCE. ThE AGGRESSIVE WAR ON 
CANCER HAS NOT RESULTED IN A TOTAL CURE BUT HAS RESULTED IN OVER 10 MILLION AMERICANS ALIVE TODAY 
who HAD A CANCER AND SURVIVED THEIR DISEASE. ThERE ARE LIKELY MANY CANCER SURVIVORS WITH US TODAY 

Ten PERCENT OF CANCER PATIENTS ARE YOUNGER THAN 45 YEARS OLD AND WITHIN THE AGE RANGE, LIKE YOU, 
WHO ARE STILL PLANNING OR IN FACT BUILDING THEIR FAMILIES. ThE GOOD NEWS FOR THESE PEOPLE IS THAT 
THERE ARE NEW TECHNOLOGIES THAT ARE PROVIDING OPTIONS AT THE TIME OF DIAGNOSIS TO PREVENT STERILITY 
BY PROTECTING GAMETES BEFORE TREATMENT. I'vE HAVE THE GOOD FORTUNE TO BE PART OF THIS NEW AREA OF 
WORK AND COINED THE TERM "oNCOFERTILITy" TO ENSURE THAT ONCOLOGISTS AND FERTILITY SPECIALISTS BOTH 
SEE THEMSELVES AS PARTS OF THE SOLUTION TO THE PROBLEM. 

The STORY of ONCOFERTILITY is personalized MEDICINE AS ITS best; IT IS A STORY OF HOPE AND RENEWAL, 
WHICH IS THE EXPECTATION WE ALL HAVE OF RESEARCH AND MEDICINE. 



To CREATE THIS FIELD, WE REQUIRE THREE INGREDIENTS, WHICH I THINK CAN BE USED BY EACH OF US AS WE 
FACE THE CHALLENGES OF OUR COLLECTIVE FUTURE. 

First, create your opportunities. There's a great dialog in Toy Story II during which Woody asks 
Cowboy why he's been left on the shelf for so many years. Cowboy replies with great sputtering, 
"Three words. Woody. Sputnik." Forget the irony that Woody and Cowboy are, well, cowboys, 
AND Sputnik is one word and at most two syllables. But what Cowboy was recounting is a worry 
that we sometimes have: that things change so quickly that we will become irrelevant as soon as 
the next Buzz Lightyear or Class of 2011 makes the scene. 

Opportunities exist even in an austere economic climate, and with your Bates education, the 
methods and decision tools that you've honed over the past four years, you are ready to create 

THE modern-day SpUTNIK, THE NEW WAY TO COMMUNICATE, NEW ENERGY SOLUTIONS OR THE NEXT MEDICAL 
BREAKTHROUGH. 

OnCOFERTILITY was CREATED TO MEET THE URGENT UNMET NEED OF 140,000 YOUNG PEOPLE WITH CANCER. 
We IDENTIFIED THE NEED THEN WORKED TIRELESSLY TO CREATE OUR OPPORTUNITY. YoU WILL DO THE SAME. 

Secondly, teams accelerate the pace of work. Humans are geared toward teamwork. Our families 
are our first experience with teamwork, and many of you are here today with your original team. 
The same will be true as you forge the path ahead of you. In our field we've created a team of basic 
;and clinical scientists, oncologist, bioethicists, legal experts, communications scientists, as well 

AS PATIENT ADVOCATED AND THE PATIENTS THEMSELVES. By ENGAGING ALL OF THE DISCIPLINES, WE INCREASE 
;THE pace and quality of our work, and ENSURE THAT THE TECHNOLOGY IS DEVELOPED IN SERVICE OF THE 

people who will use it. 

Even the most entrepreneurial of you will do better if you create a strong team at home and at 

WORK. 




IjFlNALLY, MAINTAIN YOUR OPTIMISM AS YOU SOLVE SEEMINGLY INTRACTABLE PROBLEMS. CaNCER IN YOUNG 
'JPEOPLE SOUNDS LIKE A VERY DIFFICULT TOPIC TO BE OPTIMISTIC ABOUT. SIMILARLY, TODAy's WORLD PROVIDES 
'HEADLINES THAT CAN CHALLENGE OUR RESOLVE AND HOPEFULNESS. In OUR NEW FIELD, THE NEWS FOR CANCER 
(PATIENTS IS BETTER THAN EVER. ThEY ARE SURVIVING THEIR DISEASE, AND REPRODUCTIVE SCIENCE AND MEDICINE 
I IS KEEPING UP WITH THEIR FERTILITY NEEDS. WhEN ONCOLOGISTS AND FERTILITY SCIENTISTS WORK TOGETHER, 
IjPATIENT NEEDS ARE MEET AND CAN CHANGE A DEVASTATING DIAGNOSIS INTO LIFE-AFFIRMING INTERVENTIONS. 

i 

JYOU MUST MEET THE CHALLENGES YOU FACE, FROM WITHIN AND FROM WITHOUT, WITH DETERMINATION AND 

' OPTIMISM. As Bates graduates, you are equipped to tackle the seemingly intractable problems of our 

DAY. We are all counting on you to become the thought leaders and doers of the 21ST CENTURY. 
So, CREATE OPPORTUNITIES, USE YOUR TEAM, AND LEVERAGE YOUR OPTIMISM, AS YOU LEAVE THIS PLACE AS 
GRADUATES WHO WILL LEAD OUR WORLD TO A BETTER PLACE. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE FACULTY AND PARENTS 
WHO HAVE GUIDED YOU, AND CONGRATULATIONS TO THE ClASS OF 2010. YoU HAVE A WORLD OF 
POSSIBILITIES AWAITING YOU. 



Commencement 2010 Remarks 



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By: Elizabeth Strout '77 



"Life as a human being can be so demanding that few of us have the time or 
energy to figure out what our life means. That's one reason that novelists such 

AS MY classmate AND FRIEND ELIZABETH StROUT ARE SO IMPORTANT. ThEY HAVE THE EYE 

AND THE EMPATHY TO CAPTURE FOR US THE MOMENTS, THE FLEETING THOUGHTS AND 

ACTIONS, THAT COMPOSE THE MOSAIC OF A LIFE. AnD THEY HAVE THE RIGOR AND 

compassion to give that mosaic a form in which fiction becomes a kind of 

higher truth.." 
-Trustee David L. Foster '77 



When I knew a few months back that I was going to stand here and speak to you for just a 

FEW MINUTES, I WENT OUT AND FOUND DIFFERENT PEOPLE WHO HAD JUST GRADUATED FROM COLLEGE IN 
THE LAST YEAR, AND I SAID, "WhAT IS IT THAT YOU REMEMBER FROM YOUR GRADUATION SPEECH?" AnD 

THEY SAID, "Nothing." So that was a relief. 

So I'm not aiming to speak to you in any way of anything that you will remember. I JUST 

want to speak directly to you, right now. What I want to say to you, right now, is that 
chances are really, really good that you are going to be all right. 

In a FEW MINUTES THE CEREMONY IS OVER AND YOU WON't BE COLLEGE STUDENTS ANY MORE. AnD I 
personally have NEVER UNDERSTOOD WHY MORE IS NOT MADE, SAID OR WRITTEN ABOUT THE TRAUMA 
OF THIS KIND OF TRANSITION. No WONDER PEOPLE DON't REMEMBER IS SAID TO THEM TODAY. YoUR 
IDENTITY IS ABOUT TO CHANGE IN A REALLY MAJOR WAY, AND WHETHER OR NOT YOU ARE GLAD OR SAD 
TO BE LEAVING BaTES TODAY, THE FACT REMAINS THAT THIS IS DONE. 

There's a tradition at this school where every year in the winter people go on a very cold 

DAY and jump into THAT PUDDLE CALLED LaKE AnDREWS. On NO LEVEL WHEN I WAS A STUDENT DID 
THAT INTEREST ME. BuT IT DID OCCUR TO ME TODAY THAT TODAY IS KIND OF A BIG-DEAL PuDDLE JUMP 
DAY. And I STILL SAY THAT THE CHANCES ARE THAT YOU ARE GOING TO BE ALL RIGHT. 

Here's what I advise to you. Be open to your friends because they are the ones who are 

GOING TO PULL YOU OUT. StAY ESPECIALLY CLOSE TO THOSE WHO MAKE YOU LAUGH. Be OPEN TO THOSE 
WHO SEEM LIKE THEY ARE SO DIFFERENT THEY'lL NEVER BE FRIENDS. ThEY'rE THE ONES WHO WILL TEACH 
YOU WHAT YOU CAN't EVEN IMAGINE YOU DON't KNOW. 




Remember that how you live your life matters. I know a doctor who will never come 

FORWARD ON AN AIRPLANE IF THEY ASK IF THERE IS A DOCTOR AVAILABLE. ShE SAYS, "WeLL, YOU NEVER 
KNOW WHAT DISEASES YOU MIGHT CATCH. YoU MIGHT ALSO GET CAUGHT UP ON SOME SORT OF LAW 

SUIT." That's one way to live, and I think that you all have to make your own personal and 

PROFESSIONAL RELATIONSHIPS WITH HOW YOU LIVE YOUR LIFE. On THE OTHER HAND, WHEN I WAS 
DRIVING UP HERE JUST TWO DAYS AGO, WE PASSED BY A MAN WHO WAS LYING ACROSS THE OTHER SIDE 

OF THE Maine Turnpike on his back, on his back on the grass with his arms spread. It seemed 

FROM WHAT WE COULD SEE THAT IT WASN't AN ACCIDENT BUT RATHER PROBABLY THE MAN HAD FELT ILL 
AND PULLED OVER, AND THERE HE WAS LYING. ThE AMBULANCE HAD NOT YET ARRIVED, BUT WHAT STRUCK 
ME WHAT HOW MANY PEOPLE HAD ALREADY STOPPED THEIR CARS AND WERE RUNNING TO THIS MAN 
WITH EXPRESSIONS OF EARNEST AND REALLY DEEP CONCERN. 

So REALLY, THE MAIN THING THAT I WANT TO SAY TO YOU TODAY IS THAT THE BEST PART OF WHAT WAITS 
FOR YOU IS THAT LIBERATING PRIZE OF LIFE, THOSE REMARKABLE MOMENTS WHEN WE UNDERSTAND THAT 
WE ARE NOT THE MOST IMPORTANT PERSON IN THE WORLD. ThAT MAN ON THE SIDE OF THE ROAD IS. 

The PERSON on the airplane suffering is. Our children are, our parents are as they age, our 

LOVED ONES ARE. EvERYONE IS THE MOST IMPORTANT PERSON IN THE WORLD. AnD I THINK IT IS YOUR 
responsibility to become larger as YOU GET OLDER AND NOT GET SMALLER. Don't BECOME ONE OF 
THOSE PEOPLE WHO END UP COMPLAINING ALL THE TIME, WHOSE VERY FACE REVEALS YEARS OF 
ACCUMULATED BITTERNESS. ThAT CHOICE IS ACTUALLY YOURS. 



My college roommate and I, when we lived together IN Hacker House sophomore year, 

USED TO WASH OUR FACE AT NIGHT IN THE BATHROOM AND DISCUSS EVERYTHING THAT HAPPENED 
DURING THE DAY. I CAN REMEMBER HOW MANY TIMES SHE SAID TO ME, "WeLL, StROUT, NO MATTER 

what: You gotta admit, life is too interesting to miss." And she was right: It really is. 

So, stay PRESENT. EnDURE IT. CeLEBRATE IT. In A LOT OF WAYS YOUR FUTURE WON't BE AT ALL WHAT 
YOU IMAGINE, AND IN MANY WAYS IT WILL BE. BuT GO AHEAD AND JUMP TODAY. TaKE CARE OF EACH 
OTHER, AND GET READY TO BE BIGGER. AnD REMEMBER THAT LIFE TAKES TIME. So LOOK FORWARD TO 
THAT RELIEF OF NOT BEING THE MOST IMPORTANT PERSON IN THE WORLD, AND YOU REALLY WILL BE ALL 
RIGHT. 



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Love, maaaae, pappy, & hannah 




You HAVE BRAINS IN YOUR HEAD. 

you have feet in your shoes, 
you can steer yourself in any direction you choose. 

you're on your own. 

And you know what you know. 

you are the guy who'll decide where to go. 

'DR. SEUSS 



Congratulations, Dearest Ketner!!! 



with all our love. 

Mom, Dad and Carson 




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- 'fi'mm 




Willfe-0 

"Con pan y vino se anda el camino". 

(Spanish proverb) 




Love form Mom. Dad. Charlie & Lisa 




To Will and the Bobcat crew: 

Fly high, cast a magnificent shadow! 

May you continue to grace 

Each others' lives, and all 

The world you create! 

love. 

Mom, Dad, and Mike 



Nineteen years later 
and still the same great 

SMILE! 




WIDE MOT YOUR 
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WERE MADE: 
WWATS A SUMDIAL 
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Congratulations JuLiA! 
Love From Dad, Mom & Alex 






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"Growth itself contains the grem of happiness" 

Pearl S. Buck 




We are so proud of you and all you have achieved... But this is just the 
beginning. Keep Growing!!! With Love and respest... Mom and Dad, Jake 
and Ned. 



To HAVE ANOTHER LANGUAGE IS TO POSSESS A 
SECOND SOUL. ChARLEMAGNE 



The limits of my 
language means 
the limits of my 
world. ludwig 
Wittgenstein 




Remember, life isajourney 

- not a destination! 

Love Forever, Mom 



"ThG future belongs to those who believe in the 

beauty of their dreams." 

Eleanore Roosevelt 




Abby - continue to follow your dreams and 
embrace life joyfully. We are so very proud of 
everything you have worked so hard to accomplish 

much love. 
Mom. Dad. Joanna and Eliza 




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Your determination, 

laughter, 

intelligence, 

beauty, 

strength of character, 

heart, 
and smile light up the world! 
We are proud of you, 
and all you have accomplished! 
Congratulations Ashleigh! 
We love you and are so proud of you! 
Mom, Dad, and Ari 



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Congratulations to our 

daughter Aly and the class 

of 2010 from Dad, Mom, 

Larisa & Nana 

"Never bse an opportunity 

of seeing anything 

beautiful/ for beauty is 

God's handwriting. '-Ralph 

Waldo Emerson 




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Congratulations Graham 
Pearson and the entire Class 

OF 2010! 

Thank you for a lifelong 
education. 







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Another 
Mountain 
Summited! 

We are all so 
proud of you, Jake! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Halley, 
Steve, Robbie, 
Olivia, Will, Sashie, 
Jasper, Honora, 
Alex, Uncle Dave, 
Corien, Winnie, 
and Pickles. 



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THE FUTURE BELONGS 

TO THOSE WHO 

BELIEVE IN THE 

BEAUTY OF THEIR 

DREAMS. 

-EleanorRoosoToli 



You ve always been a Lig djreamer, TaJiira. 

We coulon t oe more proucL 

Love ij ou tons, 

Mom, Dad, 

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Cohgratulatiohs Liz oh your ma^y 
accomplishitieHts over the past 
four years. 




With love from Mow g- Pad 



Congratulations to Lauren Shapiro 
and all of her Classmates! 



The wonder of Bates: 

You came in alone 

and leave with a crowd! 





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Mamma, MathiasJoshua, Mormor 

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Never stop dreaming 

Never stop caring 

Always reach for the stars 

And make the most of every day. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad and Sarah 



UAH. 

YOUR FUTURE IS NOW! We are 
so proud of you and your 
accomplishweHts and look 
forward to sharing many wore 
with you. 

Congratulations on your 
graduation from Pates. 

Love, xxx's and ooo's; Mow, 
Pad, Jonas, Rebecca and Angle. 



Michaela, 




We are SO PROUD of 
you! Congratulations! 

With all our love, 
Mom, Dad, Joe, Dan, 
Grandma & Grandpa 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 
YOU. KIRA. AND YOUR 
WONDERFUL BATES 
COLLEGE CLASS OF 20I0 

TME WORLD IS YOUR 
LOBSTER 

All our lovG. 

RaymondG and Doug Kramligh 

Cameron. Kendra. and Chris 



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Way to go SeanI! 

We are so proud of you* 




Love, Mom/ Dad and K. 




Your Spontaneous smile 

Ushers in tlie gift 

of 

Spirit 

Touch 

and 

Thoughtfulness 

Love Mom and Dad 



Thomas Pierce Chapman, class of 2010, 

Congratulations! 

Heaven dust spills around you, I will be watching 

FROM ABOVE, AS YOU NAVIGATE THROUGH THIS WORLD's 
VAST ocean's, I WILL BE WITH YOU IN ETERNAL SPIRIT 
WITH THE GREATEST KIND OF LOVE... 
In love MEMORY OF, 

Elaine M. Parrilla Chapman I1960-2009) 
With the continued love of dad, 
John, J. Chapman 




Jessica, 

We could not be 
more proud of 
you! May the 
Lord guide and 
bless your future. 
Love, Dad and 
Mom 





"twenty YEARS FROM NOW YOU WILL BE MORE 
DISAPPOINTED BY THE THINGS YOU DIDN't DO 

than by the one you did. so throw off the 
bowlines, sail away from the safe harbor. 
Catch the trade winds in your sail. 
Explore. Dream. Discover." 
We are so proud of your 

ACCOMPLISHMENTS. We CAn't WAIT TO SEE 

who you will be! 

Congratulations on your graduation 

FROM Bates. 

Love, Mom, Dad, Emily, Jenny Catherine, 

Michael and Jake 



With Love and 
Congratulations 
to Zach and all of his 
friends! 



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To our oldest son 
Kyle, 

We are so proud of the 
man you have become and 
I all you have accomplished 
in the foud years you have 
been at Bates College. 
From the incredible life 
I long friends you have 
made, to the classroom knowledge and life lessons 
you have obtained and of course to the incredible 
foodball field adventures with the hope of more to 
come, it has been a wonderful ride for us to watch. 
May all your dreams come true as you head out into 
the world and remember that you're Dad, your 
brother and I will always be with you with love and 
pride as you find your way. 

We will be by your side forever enjoying it all 
Love Mom, Dad, and Brett 



Laura 

We are proud of you. always. 

Love, Mom, Dad, Dan, and 
Andy 




Congratulations 
graduate!!! 
We love you. 
Mom and Dad 



Congratulations, Evan! 
We're so proud of you. 
Thanks for sharing l^ates 
with us. 

Love always. 

Mow, Pad, and j^rendan 



Joe, 

We're all very proud of 

your accomplishments. 

Great job. 

Love. 

Mom. Dad. ALIda 




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Danielle, as you ride off into the sunset... 

MAY THE wind ALWAYS BE ON YOUR BACK AND 
THE SUN UPON YOUR FACE AND MAY THE 
WINDS OF DESTINY CARRY YOU ALOFT TO 
DANCE WITH THE STARS. 



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CoHgratulatioHS, Judd! 
To your future! 




Love. Mom. Pad. Jaime. Alan. 
Eliott. Shia. Pov. Luke and Christina 




Congratulations on your graduation Ben. 

you have made the most of your 4 years at 

Bates and we are very proud of you. 
-keep on laughing!! 

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protect me. Psalm 40:ll 

Congratulations to our wonderful son on 

his graduation. 

All our lova Dad & Mom 





Gina, 

From precocious 

little girl to 

amazing young 

woman, you always 

make us proud. 

Stay smart and 

beautiful, 

compassionate and 

loving! 

Congratulations on 

your successful 

Bates career and 

graduation!! 

Love Mom, Dad, 

Joey, Grandma 

and all your aunts, 

uncles and cousins 







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Congratulations B-Boyii 

We are all so very proud of youii 

Lots of love, 

Mom, Dad, Ashley, G.G. 

Uncle Kevin, Aunt Suzy, Kailyn, Ian, 

Grandma Bobbie, Uncle Kendrick, Aunt 

Mary, Aunt Sally, Gramps, Karen Lee, Aunt 

Cheryl, Uncle Linds, Aunt Mal, Great Aunts 

AND Uncles: Donna, 

Ron, Doug, Diane, Betty Ann 

and dear family friend, ruth 

Jeremiah 29:11 

"For I KNOW the plans I have for you, says the 

Lord. They are plans for good and not for 

evil, to give you a future and a hope." 



Congratulations! 




With love and pride, 
Mom, Dad, Daneiel, and Chriss 



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Senior Editors 




Abby Marshall 'lO 
Co-Editor-in-Chief 




Nancy Lappetito'io 
Co-Managing Editor 




Maggie Ginn 'll 

Co-Editor-in-Chief 




Jennifer Lindelof 'i2 
Co-Managing Editor 



Staff 




QiANu Xiao '13 
Editor, Layout Design 



Annie Svigals '10 

Editor, Art and Visual 

Culture 



Emily Crawford 'lO 
Editor, Class Candids 



The 2010 Bates College Mirror Yearbook^ Volume 102 

Co Editors-in-Chief , Abby Marshall 'lo and Maggie Ginn 'n 

Co-Managing Editors Nancy Lappetito 'lO and Jen Lindelof '12 

Staff & Layout Annie Svigals 'lO, Emily Crawford '10, Qianli Xiao '13 

Faculty Advisors Gene Clough and Dean Keith Tannenbaum 

JosTENS Representative Ryan Shi mala 

JosTENS Plant Consultant Sandy Moses 

Special Thanhs to Jay Burns and Phyllis Graber Jensen of Communications and Media Relations 
and Dean of Students Keith Tannenbaum for always providing photos of Bates throughout the seasons 
and for making it possible for us to make this book even better each year. In further recognition of Sue 
Dionne and Ed Plourde of Accounting for keeping all of our budgetary concerns in line, Sports 
Information Director Andy Walter, Janet Ciummei of Northeast Pro Photo, Shirley Govindasamy and 
Dot Letourneau of Human Resources, Ed Jawor and Vinny Vincent of Office Services for handling our 

MAIL WITH THE UTMOST ORGANIZATION AND CARE, HaRVEY BeLL OF BeLL PhOTOGRAPHY FOR HIS EXCELLENT SENIOR 
PORTRAITS, OUR JoSTENS PlANT CONSULTANT SaNDY MoSES FOR OvERSEEING OUR PUBLICATION WITH AN 

Inscrutable attention to detail, our continually supportive faculty advisor Gene Clough, the students 
WHO submitted personal photos, and all those from the greater Bates Community who helped make this 

EDITION OF THE MiRROR YEARBOOK POSSIBLE. 

I WOULD LIKE TO FURTHER EXPRESS MY GRATITUDE TOWARDS MY DAD, ChARLES MARSHALL, FOR HIS UNBELIEVABLE 
PHOTOGRAPHY SKILLS AND FOR MAKING THE COVER OF THIS BOOK POSSIBLE. YoU HAVE A TRUE GIFTlTo RyAN: IT WAS 
AN INCREDIBLE PLEASURE WORKING WITH YOU AND WE COULD NOT BE WHERE WE ARE TODAY WITHOUT YOU. ThANK 
YOU FOR EVERYTHING. NaNCY, YOU BECAME AN INCREDIBLE ASSET TO OUR CLUB THIS YEAR AND MADE MANY 
CONTRIBUTIONS WITH YOUR HARD WORK, BEAUTIFUL PHOTOS, AND TRULY IMPRESSIVE DESIGN SKILLS. JeN, WE ARE 
COUNTING ON YOU TO KEEP THIS BOOK MOVING FORWARD STRONG! I HAVE NO DOUBT THAT YOU WILL CONTINUE TO 
DO GREAT THINGS FOR THE MiRROR. AnNIE AND EmILY: ThANK YOU FOR YOUR HARD WORK, COMMITTMENT, AND 
CRITICAL CONTRIBUTIONS TO THIS BOOK. QiANLi: YoU HAVE SOME TRULY UNIQUE SKILLS AND A GREAT FUTURE AHEAD 
OF YOU IN DESIGN. ThANK YOU FOR MAKING THIS COVER SO SPECIAL AND FOR SHARING YOUR TALENT WITH US THIS 

YEAR. The Mirror is going to need youi And to Maggie: Three years have flown by, and we were able to 

MAKE THIS BOOK GREAT WHILE LIVING IN TWO DIFFERENT CONTINENTS MORE THAN ONCE. I KNOW YOU WILL PUT 
EVERYTHING INTO YOUR LAST BOOK AND KEEP IT MOVING FORWARD IN A REVOLUTIONARY DIRECTION. I WILL MISS YOU A 

LOT! And to the Seniors: Thanks for a great four years! I hope that you can use this book as a way of 

I HOLDING ON TO SOME SPECIAL MEMORIES AND REMARKABLE ADVENTURES. I WISH YOU ALL THE BEST! 

i Photography Credits Abby Marshall 10, Co-EdUor in Chief, Bates College Mirror Yearbook 

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